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Reformers Uncover Corruption, Bring Change to Pedernales Co-op

The late Ric Sternberg

Poor solar policies led members of the nation’s largest electric co-op to investigate the board and file a class-action lawsuit.

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Kentucky Legislators Split Over Solar

A Kentucky net-metering bill that would allow the state to decide how much money residents with rooftop solar earn from the surplus power they produce narrowly passed the state House in March.

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The Rules of the Solar Game

Nothing is more free than the sun and the wind, right? The answer is not as clear-cut as one might think, and is different from state to state and even within the same state, as utilities often set their own

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New renewable energy options for French Broad co-op members

solar panels

Today’s guest blogger Alex Arnold focuses on a new policy from French Broad electric co-op in western North Carolina that promotes residential renewable energy generation, including solar energy

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Competition in Solar Power Challenges Utilities

Utility companies in North Carolina and Virginia attempt to block third-party solar power from gaining a foothold in their coverage areas.

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