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Maryland Staff Propose Community Solar Regulations (Contracting, Verification Rules)

November 12,2015



Staff of the Maryland PSC have issued draft regulations governing community solar projects

The rules would permit utilities to administer billing for 300 MW of community solar statewide under a pilot program. Community solar would be offered by PSC-licensed providers ("subscriber organizations"), and utilities could apply to be a subscriber organization

The rules would require the issuance of a contract summary to customers minimum contract requirement, permissible methods of contracting, and required methods to obtain customer consent

The rules also address credit payments, excess generation, and unsubscribed energy under community solar projects

See the draft rules here

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