Supporters split the bipartisan proposals into separate bills this session in hopes of overcoming opposition.
A proposal would shrink state subsidies for solar developments on previously undeveloped “greenfield” sites.
Unfortunately, even the best intentions are causing challenges that can make the promise of equity significantly less attainable, writes Kacie Peters, of Pivot Energy.
After falling for a few years, the rate paid to community solar projects is projected to surge in 2020 if changes aren’t made.
It’s a complicated formula with eight key variables, some of which are more volatile or subjective than others. Here’s a closer look.