Tagged: Ted Thomas

A Jolt From Ted Thomas

A Jolt From Ted Thomas

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Public Service Commission Chairman Ted Thomas says some utilities’ resistance to pro-solar policies had risen to the level of defiance. read more >

Will the Sun Set on Solar's Tax Break?

Will the Sun Set on Solar's Tax Break?

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Solar businesses fear the toll as U.S. tax credits, now 26%, are set to fall to 22% in 2021 and to 10% for commercial projects only in 2022, barring policy shifts. read more >

Future of Arkansas Solar Starting to Clear

Future of Arkansas Solar Starting to Clear

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Recent rulings in a five-year regulatory battle over solar energy policy in Arkansas leave two conclusions as sure as the sun rising in the east: More solar arrays are coming, and the fight over who will build them goes on. read more >

PSC Borrows Car Analogy for Solar Rates

PSC Borrows Car Analogy for Solar Rates

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The Arkansas Public Service Commission last Monday pleased the solar industry by largely siding with the industry over utilities, which had suggested a far lower rate for solar power generated by customers and returned to the grid. read more >

PSC's Long-Awaited Net-Metering Ruling Favors Solar Industry

PSC's Long-Awaited Net-Metering Ruling Favors Solar Industry

The Arkansas Public Service Commission ended four years of wrangling over pricing rules for solar power Monday, pleasing the solar installation industry with a ruling that keeps compensation high for power put back onto the electric grid by residences and small business power systems of less than 1 megawatt. read more >

Solar Jobs on the Line, Insiders Fear

Solar Jobs on the Line, Insiders Fear

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With the coronavirus pandemic wreaking economic havoc, former Lt. Gov. Bill Halter fears a long-awaited state ruling on solar power policy could threaten $125 million in projects by his firm alone. read more >