Friday, June 17, 2016

Maryland PSC Approves Final Community Solar Regulations | CleanTechnica

Maryland could soon be one of only 11 US states with community solar programs, as the state's Public Service Commission has just approved its final regulations for establishing a three-year pilot community solar program, which are expected to be published in the coming weeks and become final in mid-July.

By allowing more residents, especially low and moderate income residents, as well as those without ownership of their roofs or who live in multi-unit buildings, to participate in the solar energy revolution, Maryland's community solar program could enable a more inclusive renewable energy ecosystem in the state. Part of the new community solar regulations speak directly to that inclusiveness, with about 30% (60 MW) of the state's community solar cap (200 MW) being set aside for low to moderate income residents.

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