$180M Idaho Solar Project Halted In Energy Credit Row

Law360, New York (February 3, 2014, 8:38 PM EST) -- The Idaho Public Utilities Commission on Friday ruled that a proposed $180 million solar energy project in southern Idaho cannot go forward because the developer refuses to split the project's renewable energy credits with Idaho Power Co.

The decision, made by a three-member panel, means that the project is completely stalled.

The IPUC had previously ruled that the developer, Peter Richardson, could not go forward with his proposed $180 million project because he refused to split the valuable renewable energy credits, which represent the property rights...
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