May 23, 2024

net energy metering (NEM)

American Clean Power Association
Can US Maintain Record Solar, Clean Power Growth?
The U.S. could nearly quadruple solar capacity in the next 10 years, according to a SEIA report, while a ACP report shows that delays on clean energy projects have put more than 60 GW of clean power capacity on hold.
Wood Mackenzie/EIA
WoodMac: New Solar Hits 54% of New Generation in US in Q1
Recent reports from industry analyst Wood Mackenzie show new solar soaring but energy storage slumping.
California PUC Revisits Net Metering Plan
The California Public Utilities Commission proposed a new net-metering scheme for rooftop solar after months of controversy over its prior plan to cut credits.
California PUC Postpones NEM Decision Amid Pressure
The CPUC extended its deadline to rewrite the state's net energy metering tariff as utilities and rooftop solar owners argued the new IRA supports their sides.
Sunwatt Solar
California PUC to Delay Net Metering Decision for a Year
The California Public Utilities Commission issued a proposed order that would delay for one year any changes to net energy metering for rooftop solar.
California PUC Adopts Submetering for EV Charging
The California PUC adopted a submetering protocol to let EV owners be billed at lower rates for charging, the first such program in the nation.
© RTO Insider LLC
Home Solar: ‘Gateway Drug’ to Grid Technologies?
Rooftop solar is a good start, but it will take careful design of utility rates to ensure electrification comes with carbon reductions, industry officials say.
Duke and Solar Advocates Forge North Carolina Net Metering Agreement
A proposed agreement between Duke Energy and solar advocates would lower the net metering rate residential rooftop solar owners receive for their excess power.
Regulatory Assistance Project
Michigan Enviros Use Report for New Push to Remove Solar Cap
Environmentalists are urging Michigan lawmakers to end the 1% cap on rooftop solar after state regulators concluded there was no need for the limit.
Bloom Energy
NY Developers, Enviros Oppose New Net Metering Charges
Clean energy advocates and developers urged New York regulators to reject utilities’ proposals to incorporate new net-metering charges in their tariffs.

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