IREC, in partnership with Spark Northwest and the Center for Sustainable Energy, released a new guide that outlines two potential pathways to enable greater solar access for renters and multifamily residents and LMI communities in Seattle.
IREC presented on four critical topics at Intersolar North America July 12-14, 2016.
IREC is involved in over a dozen simultaneous regulatory proceedings across the country at any given moment. Yet, rare it is when three state regulatory milestones occur within the same week. In an unexpected occurrence of regulatory synchronicity, the commissions of California, South Carolina and Maryland all hit the streets in the same week with some pretty big (and long-awaited) steps forward for consumer oriented clean energy. What’s more, IREC was thrilled to see clearly reflected in all of them the adoption of several IREC recommendations, all of which make it easier and more affordable for more consumers to access and benefit from clean energy.
Mostly sunny skies ahead can now be predicted for California’s customer-generated renewable energy future, at least for now.
In partnership with CalSEIA and the Center for Sustainable Energy, IREC co-authored the Virtual Net Metering Policy Background and Tariff Summary report, which provides a comprehensive overview of California’s multi-tenant policies and an explanation of similar shared solar programs throughout the country.