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Sourcing Renewables  -  April 11, 2020

Weekend Reads: The RE rebellion; Fixing the economy AND climate

It's the weekend! Kick back, catch up and stay safe with these must-read articles from around the web.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  April 9, 2020

City of Princeton launches community RE program

The City of Princeton, N.J., announced April 7 a new community renewable energy program that will provide an electric supply with 50% renewable energy content to residents at a slightly cheaper price than the local utility.
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Distributed Energy Resources  -  April 8, 2020

Groups urge Hawaiian regulators to lean on DERs to rebuild economy

Distributed energy resource groups in Hawaii sent a letter to the state's Public Utilities Commission on April 3 urging regulators to speed up interconnection processes in an attempt to rebuild the Hawaiian economy following the COVID-19 crisis
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Sourcing Renewables  -  April 7, 2020

NY establishes office to expedite renewable project approval

The State of New York has created an Office of Renewable Energy Siting (ORES) that will expedite the process of approving new renewables projects larger than 25 MW and moving carbon-free electricity to load centers.
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Regulation  -  April 6, 2020

NJ explores alternatives to PJM

The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities launched March 27 an investigation into the best methods for the state to reach its carbon-free goal by 2050 in response to the FERC's December decision to expand the Minimum Offer Price Rule (MOPR).
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Wind  -  April 3, 2020

DOE invests $20 million into offshore wind research

The U.S. Department of Energy announced April 1 that it will be investing $20 million in offshore wind energy resource characterization and technology demonstrations
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Regulation  -  April 2, 2020 - By Caitlin Marquis, Advanced Energy Economy

UPDATE: Understanding the MOPR - What an Obscure FERC Rule Could Mean for Renewable Energy Buyers

The hottest four-letter word of 2020 is MOPR (Minimum Offer Price Rule), which has become a top concern of clean energy advocates, advanced energy developers, and large power users. This column from Caitlin Marquis of Advanced Energy Economy explores the implications of this FERC rule, which poses a threat to both state clean energy policies and voluntary purchases of renewable energy in PJM - and offers an update following PJM's March compliance filing to FERC.
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Regulation  -  March 28, 2020

Weekend reads: Groups advocate for RE in stimulus package; Bill Gates invests in hydropower

It's the weekend! Kick back and catch up with these must-read articles from around the web.
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Regulation  -  March 27, 2020

Massachusetts finalizes Clean Peak Energy Standard program

The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources filed March 20 finalized regulations for implementing the state’s Clean Peak Energy Standard, the first of its kind in the nation.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  March 27, 2020

California launches plan to double RE capacity by 2030

The California Public Utilities Commissions released March 26 a new target to double the amount of renewable energy capacity in the state by 2030.
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