Pivot Energy has been awarded 11 community solar projects in Illinois with a combined generation capacity of 29.3MW. The installations were awarded through the Illinois Adjustable Block Lottery Program.
After a backlash from Illinois governor Bruce Rauner and his administration, ComEd and Exelon verbally agreed on Tuesday to ditch some of the most controversial provision in their Future Jobs Energy bill, including the mandatory demand charge.
Illinois utility groups Exelon/ComEd are attempting to pass a legislative energy bill that would implement a mandatory demand charge and could result in “the largest rate hike in US history”, according to Dave Lundy from the BEST Coalition.
US competitive energy provider Exelon and Illinois’ largest electric utility ComEd have announced the pending filing of the Next Generation Energy Plan, a controversial bill that seeks to spur the state’s clean energy incentives but scraps net metering and seeks to impose an unprecedented 'demand charge'.