Does Your State Have the Right Stuff to Build a Clean Energy Economy?

Does Your State Have the Right Stuff to Build a Clean Energy Economy?
Posted on: 14/11/2013|05:11; Source: renewableenergyworld.com; Category: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
To help you answer this question, last month, IREC, along with the Vote Solar Initiative, released our annual Freeing the Grid report card for state net energy metering (NEM) and interconnection policies. After seven years of grading state net metering and interconnection policies, we have a bit of perspective on how they have changed over time.  O
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