SOLAR: Multiple states are rolling back once-hefty incentives for selling rooftop solar power back to the grid, lowering net metering rates at a time when the Biden administration needs to incentivize solar deployment. (E&E News)



POLITICS: The eight Republican House members aiming to become speaker have brought in more than $3 million in fossil fuel donations over their congressional careers. (E&E News)



OFFSHORE WIND: New York’s refusal to grant more subsidies to offshore wind projects could derail the state’s ambitious renewable energy goals as some wind projects struggle financially. (E&E News)

CARBON CAPTURE: A Navajo Nation-owned energy company proposes installing carbon capture equipment on the Four Corners coal plant in New Mexico even though the facility’s majority owners plan to close it by 2031. (Albuquerque Journal)

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