Appalachian Power Company is blocking local schools and municipal governments from installing solar. But these public entities have the opportunity to strike a better deal during upcoming contract negotiations with the obstructionist utility.
A new Kentucky law limiting the tax credit for residential solar net metering will take effect in 2020.
Four community-led organizations in Letcher County, Ky., plan to install solar arrays to combat rising electricity costs.
Poor solar policies led members of the nation’s largest electric co-op to investigate the board and file a class-action lawsuit.
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.
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…
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
Utility companies in North Carolina and Virginia attempt to block third-party solar power from gaining a foothold in their coverage areas.