A unique model yields solar energy benefits, despite Wisconsin’s lack of legal clarity around third-party-owned installations.
The Inflation Reduction Act opens up new opportunities for nonprofits to take advantage of tax credits, but Wisconsin regulators are still vague on what types of projects will be allowed.
Advocates say electric grid operators must better prepare for extreme weather and that more transmission lines can help lessen the risk of blackouts.
A pair of cases before regulators seek to clarify Wisconsin’s position on third-party-owned solar installations, in which the entity that owns the array is different from the property owner that will use the electricity.
Amendments to the bill would bar governments from accepting payment at charging stations or selling electricity not purchased from the local utility.