Solar advocates say the first utility proposal to replace net metering in Michigan would unfairly compensate customers for their power while also charging them “punitive” fixed fees.
From new charges and restrictions to buy-all/sell-all models, Northeast states look to upend net metering.
North Carolina clean energy advocates are keeping a watchful eye on a battle over net metering underway in South Carolina.
Michigan utility customers who put surplus electricity they generate back onto the power grid will be paid a lower, avoided-cost rate after June 1.
Solar installers in two Indiana communities rushed to finish projects before a state law limiting net metering took effect Jan. 1.