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Michigan solar supporters make new push to eliminate rooftop solar caps

The Michigan State Capitol Building.

A group of Michigan lawmakers is trying again to get rid of a 1% cap limiting distributed energy in investor-owned utility territories, and they’re hopeful that new Republican leadership may give it a path through the legislature.

Michigan solar supporters make new push to eliminate rooftop solar caps is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering the clean energy transition. If you would like to support us please make a donation.

Commentary: Making solar incentives work for low-income Bay Staters

A pair of solar installers line up a panel atop a home.

Massachusetts’ SMART program is not currently working for many of our under-resourced neighbors, writes Vote Solar’s Nathan Phelps.

Commentary: Making solar incentives work for low-income Bay Staters is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering the clean energy transition. If you would like to support us please make a donation.