In July 2017, Governor Roy Cooper signed into law HB589, dubbed “Competitive Energy Solutions for NC.”
The law was touted as a huge step forward for solar in our state, but time and analysis have shown that to be less than accurate.
Leading solar company official says widespread damage already underway; outcome of case is pivotal for clean energy, climate efforts Lawyers for Duke Energy were on defense today before the North Carolina Court of Appeals* over the decision last year by state regulators, at the behest of the monopoly power company, …SEE ALL HB589 POSTS
Duke Energy customers in North Carolina who want rebates for installing solar panels will have two chances to apply next year instead of one. State regulators last week approved the Charlotte-based energy company’s request to accept applications in January and July instead of just January. SEE ALL HB589 POSTS