Fast Track Interconnection Process for Commercial Solar Projects is Streamlined with the Incorporation of Integration Capacity Analysis (ICA) Tools within California’s Rule 21

California’s “ Rule 21 ” tariff specifies the interconnection, operating, and metering requirements for behind-the-meter (BTM) generation facilities that are connected to a utility’s distribution system. Each California investor-owned utility (IOU) is responsible for the administration of Rule 21 in their service territory.

SDG&E is Now the Only Territory with Large-Scale Storage SGIP Funds Remaining

The Self-Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) for large-scale storage projects is quickly coming to an end. Lacking SGIP funds is an obvious headwind for the California energy storage market. However, the economics of energy storage remains strong in California, and we have sound reasons to be optimistic about its continued growth.

Solar NEM tariffs are under threat nationwide

In the United States, net metering is under threat across the nation. Numerous states are abandoning traditional net energy metering (NEM) and showing favor of successor tariffs that significantly decrease the value placed on exported energy.