Nevada has failed to gain a community solar programme and to extend its renewable portfolio standard (RPS) to 40% by 2030, after governor Brian Sandoval vetoed those bills on Friday.
News in Brief: Governor Sandoval will give Nevada's rooftop solar industry the rubber stamp today, Amazon completes another rooftop installation at a national fulfilment centre and Cuomo's school solar initiative completes its first rooftop project.
Nevada solar moved up in a big way earlier this week, with the state legislature passing several bills to ensure the industry will return to its former heights.
In an overwhelming majority, the Nevada State Assembly passed a bill that aims to restore the state’s rooftop solar industry.
India will install an estimated 8.8GW of solar in 2017 according to the consultancy and market research firm Bridge to India.
The financial benefit currently available to solar users will be sharply curtailed over the next few years, after Indiana governor Eric Holcomb signed SEA 309 into law yesterday.
As the deadline to make a decision looms, Hoosiers have petitioned the Indiana governor to veto the bill that would remove much of the financial incentive for residential solar.
A coalition of Indiana tech and finance CEOs are urging governor Holcomb to veto the state’s controversial solar bill that aims to slash solar incentives for residential customers.
The PUC might have undergone a change of heart, but monopoly utility NV Energy is attempting to stand in the way of the bill that could restore the state's rooftop solar industry.
Vietnam has confirmed a long-awaited feed-in tariff (FiT) scheme for utility-scale solar projects along with a net metering scheme for rooftop PV systems.
Hawaiian Electric Companies (HECO) has capacity to add up to 2,800 rooftop solar systems to a previously oversubscribed solar programme.
A bill that will remove much of the financial incentive for residential solar has been passed by the Indiana legislature and now moves onto governor Holcomb for final approval before it becomes law.
Lawmakers in Nevada advanced yesterday with a bundle of bills that they say will revert back to more favourable rates for rooftop solar and increase the amount of energy credits for selling solar power. The bills have now moved to a full committee for consideration.
The Indiana House passed a bill to essentially eliminate net metering for residential solar, in a 56-43 vote yesterday.
Nevada legislators are in the process of hearing pivotal energy bills that all seek to restore the rooftop solar industry of the Silver State.