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Critics Say Massachusetts' New Solar Bill Would Create an Unfair Exchange

July 9, 2014 by Herman Trabish

New concerns are being raised by solar advocates in Massachusetts about recent solar policy revisions resulting from a landmark agreement between utilities and the solar industry. The solar bill H.4185 is currently working its way through the state legislature after stakeholders reached common ground.[read more]

Lessons From the Making of the Massachusetts Solar Compromise Bill

July 6, 2014 by Herman Trabish

Massachusetts Solar Bill

The Massachusetts legislature could serve as an example of how to resolve the net energy metering policy debate between the solar industry and utilities, if and only if the continuing debate over the bill can be brought to a mutually amenable conclusion.[read more]

Will Oklahoma Solar Energy Be Okay?

April 28, 2014 by Rosana Francescato

Oklahoma has very recently become yet another in a string of solar energy and infrastructure battlegrounds, because of a legislative bill that solar advocates feared could impose extra charges on utility customers who install rooftop solar panels.[read more]