January 2016
Energy Law Journal;2016, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p101
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the report of the Renewable Energy Committee of the Energy Bar Association with the developments concerning renewable energy occurred during the year 2015. Topics of the report include Connecticut Green Bank's residential solar investment program by establishing a new goal of 300 megawatts of installed solar by 2022, value of distributed solar energy generation in the State of Maine and expansion of eligible resources qualify for alternative fuels in Massachusetts.


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