29 May '18, 11am

New interconnection standards for Minny:

By Sky Stanfield, of Shute, Mihaly & Weinberger LLP, regulatory counsel for the Interstate Renewable Energy Council, Inc. Published May 25, 2018, Utility Dive On May 24th , Minnesota made new strides for clean energy and became the third state in the Midwest in the last three years to adopt wholesale reforms to their state interconnection procedures – creating a more transparent and effective interconnection process for customers. The updated rules are the result of more than two years of work at the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (PUC), by the Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC), in partnership with Fresh Energy and the Environmental Law & Policy Center (ELPC). In May 2016, the three organizations jointly petitioned the PUC to initiate a proceeding to establish new interconnection standards that better align with where the current market for distributed gene...

Full article: https://irecusa.org/2018/05/minnesota-overhauls-interconn...

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