District government seeks “Solar for All” partners

District government seeks “Solar for All” partners

Last year, the D.C. Council passed a bill to help the District’s low-income families use solar energy to lower their energy costs. Specifically, the law…

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PSC report fails to produce vision for cleaner, more equitable grid

PSC report fails to produce vision for cleaner, more equitable grid

In June of 2015, the Public Service Commission (PSC) opened case FC 1130 to examine how to modernize D.C.’s electric delivery system, also known as…

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New solar co-ops forming in Manor Park, Georgetown-Burleith neighborhoods

New solar co-ops forming in Manor Park, Georgetown-Burleith neighborhoods

Neighbors in the Manor Park neighborhood as well as in Georgetown-Burleith have formed solar co-ops to save money and make going solar easier, while building…

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Solar and taxes: Paying what you owe and getting paid what you’re owed

(NOTE: The information in this article should not be construed as tax advice. We recommend you check with your tax adviser on this credit and…

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Tell us about your solar system: John Nugent

Tell us about your solar system: John Nugent

Capitol Hill resident John Nugent had his 20-panel, 5 kW system installed in November of 2015. He decided to go solar because it is an…

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2016 was a year of change and growth for solar in D.C.

2016 was a year of change and growth for solar in D.C.

Last year we saw several major changes to the way District residents consume and produce electricity. Below are the highlights of a year full of…

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Community solar is happening at last

Community solar is happening at last

D.C. is now, at last, open to community solar. This good news comes as a result of the Public Service Commission (PSC) issuing final rules…

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