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Changes to California's rooftop solar rules may affect you

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Webinar & frequently asked questions about changes to California’s rooftop solar rules (aka “NEM3”)

Defying overwhelming public opposition, state officials voted in late 2022 to make drastic changes to California’s rooftop solar rules (called “net energy metering”). The decision by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) will make it much more expensive to get rooftop solar starting in mid-April 2023. The decision mostly affects those who do not yet have solar, but can affect…

Appeal seeks to reverse CPUC’s flawed rooftop solar decision

Three nonprofit organizations have appealed the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC)’s December 2022 decision to eviscerate the state’s rooftop solar program. The appeal outlines several ways in which the CPUC’s decision violates both the law and their own rules, and argues that the CPUC’s decision must be reheard and reversed. To be clear, the appeal is administrative, meaning it is…

State officials latest rooftop solar proposal will still send solar off a cliff

The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) finally released the long-awaited, revised proposed decision about rooftop solar. The changes they are proposing are dramatic. (Note: the above link includes the CPUC’s 12/14/22 updates to their proposal) Watch an in-depth webinar outlining the details of the CPUC’s proposal. Take action: Tell Gov. Newsom to Keep Solar Growing Fact sheet Key details Most…