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.
After years of playing political defense, clean-energy advocates in Kansas are pressing for proactive legislation this year with bills related to utility-sponsored energy-efficiency programs and net-metering policies for customers who generate solar power.
Ohio’s net-metering rules appear destined for the state’s Supreme Court as utilities and their opponents dig in against each other over proposed changes.