PURPA Reign

Michigan Could Grow Solar Market with New Avoided Cost Methodology

Blog Grace Kankindi | June 21, 2017

PURPA Reign: Michigan Could Grow Solar Market with New Avoided Cost Methodology

Recently, the Michigan Public Service Commission (“MPSC”) approved a final order to the approach the Consumers Energy Company (“Consumers Energy”)…
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Blog Sara Rafalson | October 20, 2016

What Comes After North Carolina?

It is no secret that North Carolina has experienced a solar boom in recent years, skyrocketing to the #3 spot…
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Blog Berenice Leung | July 27, 2016

FERC Ruling Opens Solar Market Potential to Co-ops and Munis

Access to solar energy has significantly increased as the cost of solar installation has dropped 70 percent within the past…
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Blog Sara Rafalson | January 20, 2016

No Sleep ‘Til…? After ITC, State Battles Take Forefront

In case you have been living in a cave or took a long holiday vacation off-grid (even then, wouldn’t you…
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Blog Sara Rafalson | January 19, 2016

3 Immediate Effects of the ITC Extension on the U.S. Solar Landscape

On December 18th, the U.S. House and Senate passed the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2016, which included a multi-year extension…
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Blog Sara Rafalson | December 15, 2015

New Utility-Scale Markets Are Opening. Will It Last?

We’re increasingly seeing larger and larger projects and portfolios coming in with extremely low PPA rates, sometimes as low as…
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