Solar installations in the US grew 6% in 2018, amounting to 11.7 GWdc. Last year is considered a year of change for solar in the U.S., i.e. while the residential PV market stagnated year-over-year due to the end of net metering in several states and ongoing sluggishness in California, utility-scale drivers appear to be shifting. Last year, project contracts secured under the Public Utilities Regulatory Policies Act of 1978 (PURPA) appeared to have fallen away, but were compensated by corporate solar procurement. This session will highlight various state level PV markets across the US on how they are anticipated to develop in the future.
How do Distributed Energy Resources Fit into 100% Clean Energy Goals | Presented by: Larry Sherwood
California’s Charge into a New Decade of Solar + Storage | Presented by: Selene Lawrence
Building in Equity | Presented by: Jacqueline Berg
How Can Community Solar Break into the 42 GW Community Choice Aggregation Market? | Presented by: Tom Hunt