SB 2814, Future Energy Jobs Bill
2 MW cap on individual projects, which must be interconnected at the distribution system level
At least 200 watts. Subscription cannot exceed 40% of the nameplate capacity of an individual community renewable generation project. Entities that are affiliated by virtue of a common parent shall not represent multiple subscriptions that total more than 40% of the nameplate capacity of an individual community renewable generation project. Subscription must be sized primarily to offset part or all of the subscriber's electricity usage.
less than full retail NEM; bill credits based on energy component of a customer's bill with an initial $250/kW rebate and a declining block REC program
All rate classes Yes. The Solar for All Program includes incentives for LMI community solar programs, including via its: (1) Low-Income Community Solar Project Initiative (incentives to LMI customers, either directly or through developers, to increase participation of LMI subscribers, with project developers identifying partnerships with community stakeholders re location, development, and participation in the project; and (2) Low-Income Community Solar Pilot Projects program (projects may exceed 2 MW, but amount paid per project cannot exceed $20 million, and must include partnership with at least 1 community-based organization). May involve purchase by agency of RECs at higher value in order to overcome low-income customer barriers. IOUs, Munis, Co-ops