Creating equitable opportunities in D.C.’s renewable energy economy
This bill allows renters, homeowners with shaded roofs, tenants of apartment buildings, and others, to receive the benefits of solar energy by removing some of the remaining regulatory barriers to solar.
- Enables community renewable energy arrangements in which at least two subscribers (i.e., utility customers) may share the benefits of a community energy generating facility.
- Credits the benefits from a community energy generating facility directly to a customer’s monthly utility bill to offset electricity demand.
- Allows for-profit, non-profit or third-party entities to build, own, and operate community energy generating facilities.
- Creates opportunities for participation by low-income utility customers.
- Comments on Proposed Rulemaking, Formal Case No. 945 (October 14, 2014)
- Comments on Proposed Rulemaking, Formal Case No. 1017 (October 14, 2014)
- Petition for Leave to Intervene of the Interstate Renewable Energy Council, Inc. and Motion for Special Appearance (October 14, 2014)