Title: Group Net Metering Updates: What you Need to Know When: Wednesday, November 18th, 1:00 PM Register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5969673448863796492 Blurb: Group net metering (GNM) is a popular mechanism for “sharing” renewable energy generation in the Granite State. Although similar to “virtual net metering” in other states, there are key new aspects of this program that […]
Together, we stood up for solar rights — and we won! Thank you!
On July 16, 2020, FERC unanimously dismissed a petition to end net metering.
Anti-solar interests tried to deny solar owners fair compensation for the solar they produce.
But they had to go through us, and we won.
The New England Ratepayers Association […]
Learn about New Hampshire’s New Net Metering Tariff
Join us for the Local Energy Solutions Webinar series on Monday, July 3rd, 2017 from 12:00pm-1:00pm as an overview will be provided of the Final Order newly released from the PUC. This Order sets the new terms of NH’s net metering policy. Space is limited […]
NHSEA Pleased with PUC Order on the Future of Net Metering The NH Sustainable Energy Association (NHSEA) is pleased with the result issued on Friday, June 23, 2017 in the Public Utilities Commission’s final Order 26-029 in Net Metering Docket 16-576. NHSEA worked tirelessly in this proceeding with its members, experts (NHSEA’s experts included Primmer […]
In conjunction with New Hampshire Energy Week, pivotal compromise settlement positions New Hampshire to lead in clean energy future
Concord, NH — As part of the New Hampshire Public Utility Commission’s (PUC) process to determine the state’s future around renewable energy across the Granite State, the Energy Future Coalition has submitted […]
New York’s energy regulators are considering a policy that would change the way distributed solar and wind energy projects are compensated for the energy they produce. This is the first step in a process to move away from “net metering” in New York.* For years, New York’s net metering policy has made it possible […]
New York’s energy regulators are considering a policy that would change the way distributed solar and wind energy projects are compensated for the energy they produce. This is the first step in a process to move away from “net metering” in New York.* For years, New York’s net metering policy has made it possible for […]
NORTH HAMPTON – Continuing her efforts to support job-creating businesses and to build a more innovative, cleaner energy future that creates jobs, boosts New Hampshire’s economy and combats climate change, Governor Maggie Hassan today visited Throwback Brewery in North Hampton, where she ceremonially signed a bill raising the cap on net metering.
Governor Hassan was […]
150+ Local Businesses & Institutions Urge Support for Renewable Energy & Vermont Net Metering Rule Improvements
MONTPELIER, VT – More than 150 local businesses and institutions ranging from farms and credit unions, to hotels, main street shops, manufacturers, and solar companies urge support for renewable energy and maintaining Vermont’s strong net metering program. The net […]
READERS TAKE NOTE:
For those of us who live in Vermont, our ability to install net-metered solar may be in jeopardy, due to proposed changes in net metering.
1. If the net metering changes are finalized in their current form, we will likely find that it no longer makes financial sense to go […]