Vote Solar and IREC today released the 2014 edition of Freeing the Grid, a policy guide that grades all 50 states on two key clean energy programs: net metering and interconnection procedures.
Report: States Remain Strong on Consumer Clean Energy Policies
Movement on Net Metering in Mississippi
Source: 25 x ’25 Alliance On April 1st, The Mississippi Public Service Commission ordered an investigative study on the economic impact of net metering. The Commission has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) to conduct an Economic Impact Study/Cost-Benefits Analysis of…
An Array Of Policies Makes New Jersey An Unlikely Leader In Solar Energy
Source: Solar Industry Magazine The State of New Jersey is known for many things. It has the most diners, the longest boardwalk and the tallest water tower in the world. New Jersey also ranks second in blueberry production, as well as…
Does Your State Have the Right Stuff to Build a Clean Energy Economy?
Recently, IREC, along with the Vote Solar Initiative, released our annual Freeing the Grid report card for state net energy metering (NEM) and interconnection policies. After seven years of grading state net metering and interconnection policies, we have a bit of perspective on how they have changed over time. One thing is for sure: we are looking at a vastly different policy landscape than when we started grading them back in 2007.
Freeing the Grid Tracks State Progress on Net Metering and Interconnection
IREC and the Vote Solar Initiative announced the 2013 results of Freeing the Grid, a report that grades all 50 states on two key policies: net metering and interconnection procedures during Solar Power International, North America’s largest solar trade show.