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By Tracy Fosterling
on 7/9/2019
  • General Interest
  • Net metering
  • rate design
We're already halfway through the year, and a lot has happened in the renewable market in the first 6 months of 2019. From new policy changes to allow energy storage net metering, to arguably one of the biggest changes of the year, California's three investor-owned utilities (IOU's) went through a major electric rate reform, rolling out time-of-use (TOU) rates as the default for all customers. read more...
By John Gurski
on 7/2/2019
  • business
  • General Interest
  • SaaS
My company turned five years old recently, so I’ve been retrospecting on some of the big decisions we’ve made along the way. We’ve come a long way since launching the company in my spare bedroom, and myself being the only employee. Today, over one thousand companies around the world use ... read more...
By Tracy Fosterling
on 7/1/2019
  • energy storage
  • project development
  • storage incentives
the energy storage market today federal & state tax incentives federal regulatory updates storage development hurdles financing and monetizing storage projects SGIP & SMART programs Modeling storage incentives & finance transactions in ETB read more...
By Tracy Fosterling
on 6/6/2019
  • cca
  • community choice energy
  • project development
If you’ve been paying attention to what’s happening in California’s solar market in the slightest bit over the past 10 years, you’re somewhat familiar with community choice aggregation (CCA). Since Marion County launched the first CCA program in 2010, the adaptation from several other counties soon followed. There are now ... read more...
By Tracy Fosterling
on 5/21/2019
  • energy storage
  • General Interest
  • hawaii solar
Hawaii is one of many states that have set a sizable renewable energy goal, with hopes of reaching 100% renewable by 2045. This goal is not out of reach by any means, in fact, some islands are predicting that they may even reach that goal before 2045. Another big milestone ... read more...