Circumventing Policymakers

Voters in Three States to Consider RPS Ballot Initiatives

Blog Dan Smith | April 24, 2018

Circumventing Policymakers: Voters in Three States to Consider RPS Ballot Initiatives

Over the past two decades, renewable portfolio standards (RPSs) have been among the most effective policies supporting the growth of…
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Blog Lauren Miller | April 19, 2017

Should the Solar Industry Be Worried about Tax Reform?

With the election of President Trump at the end of 2016 came concern regarding tax reform and its potential impact…
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Blog Sara Rafalson | February 21, 2017

Federal Trends to Watch

From renewable portfolio standards to net metering, solar energy progress has always been driven at the state level. Still, here…
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Blog Timothy McAuliffe | October 13, 2016

Employee Spotlight: Senayt Rahwa

The unique and dedicated team of people who work at Sol Systems have been a key part of our success…
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Blog Lauren Miller | February 19, 2016

Virginia’s Solar Legislation: Will It Live to See Another Day?

For a brief period at the beginning of 2016, Virginia’s legislature looked like it might have been gearing up to…
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Blog Jeffrey Popkin | October 26, 2015

What does the American Energy Innovation Act Mean for the Solar Investment Tax Credit?

If you’re wondering what might happen to America’s solar industry if the solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC) is allowed to…
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Blog Jeffrey Popkin | July 02, 2015

Is DC’s Sustainable Energy Utility Sustainable?

The District of Columbia City Council is a tried and true champion of renewable energy development. Over the past decade,…
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Blog Colin Murchie | October 28, 2014

Come on & Feel the Illi-Noise: Why 2015 Will be a Big Year for Illinois Solar

Prepared in collaboration with Sol Systems Intern Mark Noll On September 29, the Illinois Power Agency released its draft 2015…
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Blog Sara Rafalson | August 07, 2014

Chill from Ohio RPS Freeze Extends to Neighboring Solar Markets

On June 13, Ohio made history by becoming the first state to “freeze” its Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS). The passage…
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Blog Sara Rafalson | August 01, 2014

South Carolina Solar is Rising

After two years of negotiations, the South Carolina House of Representatives voted unanimously on new legislation to promote solar inthe…
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