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Standoff Over Rates for Utah Solar Customers Reaches Settlement; Concessions Were ‘Painful’
According to Utah Clean Energy, a settlement agreement with Rocky Mountain Power in its rate case avoids a requested $15 fixed monthly charge, a $9.02 per-kW peak demand charge and a reduced energy rate for solar customers.  [...]
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Energy Bill Could See North Carolina Join National Fight Over Net Metering
Highlighting a set of rules that promote rooftop solar, last week the activist group NC WARN became one of the few in North Carolina to urge a veto of a controversial energy bill that cleared the state legislature minutes before a month-long adjournment. [...]
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Over 200 Turn Out to Oppose Xcel’s Phase II Rate Case
COSEIA – June 9th 2016 Rally to Protect Solar Solar system owners, installers, public policy advocates and a large contingent of people from the new Denver office of SunRun all turned out June 9th for a hearing at the Public Utilities Commission on what is potentially the most significant PUC filing in Xcel Energy’s “Our Energy Future” initiative. While some speakers appeared to track the points made in Xcel’s wide-ranging PR campaign – that the new rate struc [...]
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Millions of Dollars Spent on One War Over Rooftop Solar
There’s a war brewing over the future of rooftop solar, and Arizona is at ground zero. Pinnacle West Capital Corp., which owns the state’s largest utility, last week said it has formed a third-party group to support candidates for an elected state board that regulates their industry. [...]
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