As solar prices become competitive with fossil fuels, member-owned electric cooperatives are beginning to embrace renewables.
Duke Energy customers who rent their homes or have tree-shaded rooftops may get a chance to go solar under a new program filed with North Carolina regulators.
The growth of consumer purchases of solar power via community-based systems is accelerating throughout the Southeast as more utilities develop or roll out offerings.
After Democratic gains in last November’s election, several energy-related bills in the Virginia General Assembly face different odds than they would have a year ago.
A recently passed “community solar” bill in Virginia should not be confused with programs in states like Colorado and Minnesota, advocates say.