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Consumer Group Releases Comprehensive Solar Incentive Analysis; Highlights Importance of Pro-Solar, Pro-Grid, Pro-Consumer Policies

As part of Consumer Energy Alliance’s (CEA) Solar Energy Future campaign, the organization today released a new report, “Incentivizing Solar Energy: An In-Depth Analysis of U.S. Solar Incentives,” that provides a comprehensive quantification of solar incentives available for U.S. energy consumers. The report analyzes the… Read more…

Make Policy Pro-Solar, Pro-Grid and Pro-Consumer

The U.S. energy markets, including those throughout Nevada, are in the midst of a massive transformation. Our one-time historical reliance on large, centrally located coal-fired power plants has gradually shifted toward growing demand for natural gas, renewables and distributed generation. Read more…

NH Policy Must Be Pro-Solar, Pro-Grid, Pro-Consumer

Solar energy has the power to spark a dramatic change in the way energy is harvested and consumed. It is renewable, clean, reliable, and is increasingly affordable. Each of these benefits are allowing solar power to take on a larger part of America’s electricity mix, which is certainly good for New Hampshire. Read more…

Amendment 1 Would Boost Solar Energy and Benefit All: My Word

en Walt Disney World hit the switch on a new 5-megawatt, 22-acre, Mickey Mouse-shaped solar energy farm, it not only powered its various hotels and theme parks. The generation hurtled Florida into its future, push-starting the Sunshine’s State advance in solar energy technology. Read more…

Florida’s Solar Amendment Is For Real

Come November, Florida residents will see a new initiative on their ballots, called “Rights of Electricity Consumers Regarding Solar Energy Choice.” It’s commonly referred to as Amendment 1. We the Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) favor balanced and rational policies that encourage the deployment of solar technology in a way that benefits all consumers. So, too, it appears, does the state’s highest court. Read more…

Sun Tax or Consumer Protection? Oklahoma Must Balance Net Metering Issues

U.S. energy markets, including those in Oklahoma, are in the midst of a massive, forever-changing transformation. Our one-time historical reliance on large, centrally located coal-fired power plants has gradually shifted toward the growing demand for natural gas, renewables and distributed generation. Read more…

‘Smart Solar’ Amendment Beneficial For Floridians

Solar energy technology has the power to spark a dramatic and global change in the way energy is harvested and consumed. It is renewable, clean, reliable and increasingly affordable. Each of these is certainly good for all American consumers – and is particularly beneficial for those living in the Sunshine State. Read more…