August solar policy snapshots

A guide to recent legislation and research throughout the country. All eyes are on the Senate as the climate bill is considered.

Over 100 California city, county government leaders ask CPUC to reject new solar fees
Sacramento, California

As the California Public Utilities Commission continues to deliberate on NEM 3.0, city and county government leaders across the state are asking the body to reject new solar fees. More than 24 city governments, 43 mayors and 40 city or county councilmembers signed the letter addresses to both the CPUC and Gov. Gavin Newsom.

Mississippi raises solar net-metering cap and creates new rebate program
Jackson, Mississippi

The Mississippi Public Service Commission recently raised the state’s net-metering participation cap and added a $3,500 state rebate for homes and small businesses that go solar. The commission also announced higher rebate payments to households earning up to 250% of the federal poverty level.

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Source: Solar Power World

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