Should We Follow U.K.’s Lead?
Participation rates, customers’ bills, meaningful choice
DG lenders and developers should consider standardizing a model form of energy service agreement.
The fight over customer rooftops, grid funding, and net metering.
Why net energy metering is unfair and inefficient.
How the feds opened the supply side.
Part 1: How markets today are out of sync.
Not so Fast: Why the Electric Industry May be Heading in the Wrong Direction
First Wind finalized four 20-year PPAs with Rocky Mountain Power, a division of PacifiCorp and part of Berkshire Hathaway Energy. As part of the PPAs, Rocky Mountain Power will buy the output of the planned 320-MW Four Brothers solar development, which includes four, separate fully permitted 80-MW project sites. Rocky Mountain Power’s purchase is made in connection with its obligation under the federal Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act, or PURPA, and follows seven similar PURPA agreements for First Wind’s 20-MW Seven S
First Wind finalized seven 20-year PPAs with Rocky Mountain Power, a division of PacifiCorp. As part of the purchase agreements, Rocky Mountain Power will buy the output of the planned 20-MW Seven Sisters projects under its obligation from the federal Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act, or PURPA. The Seven Sisters portfolio includes seven separate solar photovoltaic projects, four of which are to be sited in Beaver County and three to be located in Iron County, Utah.