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Maryland PSC Adopts Regulations for Community Solar Pilot Program

June 16,2016



The Maryland PSC has adopted final regulations for a community solar pilot program. Text of the adopted regulations are expected to be published in the July 8 register

Text of the draft rules which were under consideration can be found here

Notably, the draft rules would allow EDCs to own community solar facilities and offer community solar programs directly to customers as subscriber organizations

The draft rules under consideration would have permitted utilities to administer billing for over 200 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 draft rules also address community solar marketing, terms and conditions, and enrollment/consent

See the PSC's news release for more

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