Solar advocates blame policy uncertainty for recent declines and say the industry still faces headwinds in the state.
A state incentive program isn’t reaching customers in low-income areas, and groups say proposed changes aren’t enough.
A proposal would shrink state subsidies for solar developments on previously undeveloped “greenfield” sites.
A state solar incentive program hasn’t done enough to spur development in disadvantaged communities, critics say.
Among the barriers: privacy protections that make it hard to site projects that qualify for low-income incentives.