Community Solar Needs Clear, Flexible State Regulations

Law360 (July 17, 2019, 4:04 PM EDT) -- Community solar programs allow multiple commercial, residential and other retail electric customers to participate as subscribers in offsite solar generation. While program rules vary by state, under one popular rubric, a third-party developer owns and operates the community solar project and, for an agreed-upon subscription price, retail electric customers can subscribe to a portion of the facility’s output, for which they are credited on their utility bill.

Thus, businesses and households that may not have the space, resources or desire to install solar generation can nevertheless benefit from solar energy in the amount that fits their needs, without the upfront cost...

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