N.C. Solar Developers Lose Challenge to Duke

In June, the N.C. Utilities Commission denied the requests of two clean energy business associations to review conditions for battery storage Duke Energy inserted into power-purchase agreements for 680 megawatts of new solar projects, according to the Charlotte Business Journal. The groups are concerned this would allow Duke to extend its monopoly by punishing independent developers that offer bids tying battery storage into solar projects. — By Kevin Ridder


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