WEBINAR RECORDING: MA DOER Proposed Solar Carve-Out Changes
With over 1.2 gigawatts of solar capacity installed, Massachusetts is a national leader in solar deployment. One of the most influential contributors to this adoption of renewable energy has been a lucrative Solar Renewable Energy Credit (SREC) program and flexible net energy metering (NEM) policies. As of Q4 2016, the MA Department of Energy Resources (DOER) is proposing a shift from the current version of the SREC program to a solar incentive that behaves more like a feed-in tariff (FiT).
In this webinar, Borrego Solar’s Director of Policy and Business Development, Ilan Gutherz, will cover the differences between the existing program, what’s being proposed by the DOER, the impact the proposed changes will have on MA energy users, and what the timing of the transition looks like.
This webinar was hosted for MA commercial, industrial and institutional energy users thinking about going solar in the coming months, and those who are already benefiting from an existing solar installation.
After watching this webinar you will have a greater understanding of:
- What the current SREC program is
- What’s being proposed as the new solar carve-out program
- What are the special “adders” and how they impact the solar incentive
- The relationship between net energy metering (NEM) and the new incentive
- Who will be impacted most by the proposed changes
- What the transition from the old to the new program looks like
The presentation and audio recording of the webinar can be viewed below. Access the webinar by completing the form to the right.
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