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"Energy News Network" featured Karl Rabago, executive director of Pace University Energy and Climate Center, in "In Northeast, net metering in flux as states look to reform solar policy"

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"Energy News Network" featured Karl Rabago, executive director of Pace University Energy and Climate Center, in "In Northeast, net metering in flux as states look to reform solar policy"

From new charges and restrictions to buy-all/sell-all models, Northeast states look to upend net metering.

As states in the Northeast reconsider net metering, a patchwork of new solar policies is emerging along with mixed predictions about their potential impact on solar development.

Every New England state plus New York is reassessing retail rate net metering, in which customers are paid for unused solar power at the same rates they pay for electricity from their utility.

States are considering everything from new charges and restrictions to, in the case of Maine and Connecticut, eliminating net metering programs altogether. The debates have pitted legislators against governors and environmental groups against one another as they seek compromises amid unusual alliances.

The reform efforts follow complaints by utilities that net metering shifts costs onto other customers. Several studies, though, have shown the value that solar adds to the grid and may even justify higher-than-retail compensation. One study in Maine found that value to be more than double the retail rate.

Solar advocates point to a cautionary tale from Nevada, where the repeal of net metering in 2015 resulted in a loss of one-third of that state’s solar jobs before it was reinstated a year and a half later. They also note that businesses might be inclined to shift from one Northeast state to another depending on which has more favorable policy support.

“Rooftop solar has grown from a funny little blip to a mainstream industry that employs (nationally) hundreds of thousands of people and generates significant amounts of power,” said Sean Gallagher, vice president of state affairs at the trade group Solar Energy Industries Association. “Utilities have started to become concerned about the impact of rooftop solar on their business models.”

“Obviously we are in the midst of change,” said Ed Davis, director of rates for New England’s powerhouse utility Eversource, which operates in Massachusetts, Connecticut and New Hampshire.

What states are doing

The most recent battleground is Connecticut — an early leader in clean energy. In an update to the state’s energy strategy this year, its Department of Energy and Environmental Protection recommended ending net metering, grandfathering existing systems for a time, and instituting a so-called buy-all/sell-all model for new systems.

Buy-all/sell-all essentially is a two-meter system in which solar owners sell all their system’s power to the grid at a rate lower than retail. Then the customer buys back— at full retail cost — all the power it uses from the grid. The upshot is a system that not only increases rates and fees but also makes on-site energy storage less economical.

Pushback was fierce. Even a compromise that forced the Department to keep net metering in place with buy-all/sell-all as an option split environmentalists. Its exact parameters are yet to be determined by the state’s regulatory authority.

Residential solar giant Sunrun, which pulled its operations out of Nevada when that state repealed net metering, strongly opposed the Connecticut compromise.

“What we really push back against and find to be backward looking are rate designs that choose not to value distributed generation appropriately and are punitive to consumers,” said Evan Dube, Sunrun’s senior director for public policy. “What we need is for distributed generation to be valued and compensated fairly.”

Maine’s regulatory authority already put a buy-all/sell-all system in place, but a court challenge filed in the second half of 2017 has yet to be decided. Since then, the legislature has twice approved legislation to undo it. Both times Republican Gov. Paul LePage vetoed it with the legislature falling just short of enough votes for an override.

In 2015, Rhode Island began a compensation program calledRenewable Energy Growth, or REG, as an alternative to retail rate net metering. It uses a fixed price tariff that is higher than the retail rate. But those who choose it can’t use the state’s solar grant program or the various tax breaks available to solar owners.

Massachusetts has had some form of retail rate net metering in place since the early 1980s. It has undergone changes in recent years and is poised for another one. Certain larger systems have had the compensation rate lowered to 60 percent of retail. They are also capped — with the caps having been repeatedly met and raised. Efforts to eliminate caps have been unsuccessful.

Residential systems generally are exempt from the caps and still get full retail rate net metering. However a new incentive program called Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target, or SMART, is designed to balance net metering with incentives. The more net metering compensation you get, the lower the incentive.

The program also includes a demand charge, which advocates say is a disincentive to getting solar.

Solar advocates view New Hampshire’s gradual approach as the best example of a net metering update. The state’s cap on net-metered systems was raised and then eliminated. But part of the compromise was that for certain size system compensation rates would be reduced.

Notably, the state’s public utilities commission determined that cost shifting was not occurring at the low penetration rate. And it ordered a value of solar study to determine further actions.

In the meantime the new Republican governor, Chris Sununu, recently vetoed bipartisan legislation that would have raised the size of systems eligible for compensation from one megawatt to five.

His Democratic predecessor, Maggie Hassan, who is now the state’s junior U.S. senator and under whom much of the net metering reassessment began, in April introduced the National Evaluation of Techniques for Making Energy Technologies more Effective and Resilient (NET METER) Act to create a national study on net metering to guide states interested in starting a net metering program or expanding an existing program.

‘A tough time for utilities’

Utilities’ cost-shifting argument is a “big lie,” said Karl Rabago, executive director of Pace University Energy and Climate Center and a former utility executive and regulator who has also worked with many northeastern states on energy policy. “It’s just that fundamental assertion that a reduction in use creates a cost.”

Utilities, he said, “position self-generation as a zero-sum game, us versus them, and they’ve been successful in convincing the policymakers.”

“Of course there’s still a cost shift,” said Eversource’s Davis. “There’s still a cost to be recovered for that service,” he said, for solar customers who use the company’s wires and poles, even if it’s just for part of the day. “If that customer doesn’t pay for it somebody pays for it.”

But Dave Ismay, a senior attorney with the clean energy and climate change group at the regional Conservation Law Foundation counters that no one makes the same argument for vacation homes on Cape Cod hooked to the grid all year but only using electricity for part of it.

“The rest of the year, guess what they’re paying? Nothing,” he said. “If I lower my own usage by energy efficiency I don’t pay anything either. If I turn off the lights and don’t run the A/C, I don’t pay it either. But suddenly when you’re putting solar on your roof you’re being unfair. So it’s just really nonsense.”

Advocates also argue that cost shifts are unlikely with solar penetration rates still low in the Northeast — about 5 percent in Massachusetts but not even cracking 1 percent in others.

“It’s a tough time for utilities trying to figure out how they move forward in this world,” said Janet Gail Besser, executive vice president of the Northeast Clean Energy Council (NECEC), who hopes they use it as an opportunity to revamp their models. “The technology isn’t going to stop changing because people don’t want to change an old framework.”

Utilities have to keep in mind that solar is popular with customers, said SEIA’s Gallagher. “Utilities in the long run I think are going to have to find a way to give customers what they want and the industry has to find a way to work with utilities to insure utilities remain viable,” he said.

Besser points out that net metering has been successful in helping states adopt solar and that in turn helps create new industries and jobs.

“I think the states that are implementing these drastic changes are going to be very disappointed when they see development slow or stop,” said Besser, who is among advocates who admit that the solar industry is maturing and warrants re-evaluation. “The way you address it is to adjust the net metering credit; it is not to end net metering.”

The question is at what point does it need to be re-evaluated.

“I’m willing to say it’s OK if you get out in front of it a little bit. It’s not the end of the world,” said Mark LeBel, a staff attorney with the regional environmental advocacy group Acadia Center. But self-consumption of electricity — owning, storing and using your own generation — needs to be protected. “That’s the future,” LeBel said.

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"El Diario" featured Pace University's President Marvin Krislov's piece in "Deberíamos encontrar un camino que sea incluyente, justo y beneficioso para los Dreamers y el país"

05/21/18

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"Daily Voice" featured Pace University's Pleasantville Commencement in "Pace University Grads Encouraged To Spread Kindness, Curiosity, Tenacity"

05/21/18

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"Journal News" featured Dyson Professor Andy Crosby in "New Rochelle wants to know: Is there gentrification in the city?"

05/21/18

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"KSDK 5 On Your Side" featured Law Professor Bennett Gershman in "It happened to my child. It can happen to somebody else's child"

05/18/18

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"Journal News" featured Pace University in a video "Pace University Graduation 2018"

05/18/18

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"Hit 107" featured Dyson Professor K. Mark Sossin in "A Baby Spa Has Opened Up & Mums Swear It Helps Their Babies Sleep Better!"

05/17/18

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"Radio New Zealand" featured Dyson Professor Matthew Bolton in "More needs to be done to help those affected by nuclear testing - academic"

05/17/18

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"Civil Eats" featured Haub Law Professor Margot Pollans and the Pace Food and Beverage Law Clinic in "Farmers Can’t Afford the Legal Help They Need. These Lawyers Are Mobilizing to Change That."

05/17/18

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"Journal News" featured Pace University in "Pace University Graduation 2018"

05/17/18

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"Pleasantville Daily Voice" featured Author James McBride in "Color of Water' Author James McBride Speaks At Pace Commencement"

05/17/18

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"Fox News" featured Haub Law Professor Margot Pollans in "What is the farm bill? From food stamps to conservation efforts, a look at the massive legislation"

05/15/18

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Director for the Office of Multicultural Affairs, Cornell Craig, was interviewed for NBC's Stay Tuned

05/13/18

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"Inside Higher Ed" featured Elizabeth Haub School of Law Professor Darren Rosenblum in "Professor Bans Laptops, Sees Grades Rise"

05/11/18

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"ABC News" featured Dyson adjunct Professor Jennifer Powell-Lunder in "What parents and teachers can do to not make the 7th grade the worst ever"

05/11/18

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"MassLive News" featured adjunct Dyson Professor Kency Gilet in "Young, black and Republican: Why this NRA member thinks education is key in the conversation about guns in America"

05/11/18

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"USA Today" featured Haub Law Professor Bennett Gershman in "AT&T, Novartis face scrutiny over hefty payments to Trump lawyer Michael Cohen"

05/10/18

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"Newsweek" featured Dyson Professor Matthew Bolton in "Did Trump Break the Law? U.S. Leaves Iran Deal, Violates World Order and Risks War, Experts Say"

05/10/18

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"U.S. News and World Report" featured Pace University student Solmaz Azimi in "5 College Seniors Share Their Job-Hunting Stories"

05/10/18

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"WAMC" featured Professor Matthew Bolton in "Head Of Disarmament Institute Reacts To Trump's Iran Decision"

05/10/18

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"Associated Press" featured Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris in "AP source: NASCAR memo: France family 'dedicated' to sport"

05/10/18

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"Westchester County Business Journal" featured Dyson Professor Michelle Land in "Pace Students Walk for Water"

05/10/18

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"ABC Eyewitness News" featured Pace University’s documentary "Puerto Rico: Hope in the Dark"

05/09/18

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"Reuters" featured Dyson Professor Matthew Bolton in "Instant View: U.S. withdraws from Iran deal"

05/08/18

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"Westchester Magazine" featured Pace University's Health Care in "Pace University Celebrates the 40th Anniversary of University Health Care with New Location"

05/08/18

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"Pleasantville Patch" featured Dean of Pace's College of Health Professions Harriet R. Feldman and Assistant Professor and Founding Director of the Nutrition and Dietetics Program Christen Cupples Cooper in "Pace Creates Masters Program In Nutrition and Dietetics"

05/08/18

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"NBC News" featured Dyson Professor of Latin American History Michelle Chase in "Raul Castro's daughter to push for gay marriage in Cuba"

05/08/18

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"Pleasantville Patch" featured student Kelsey Parker in "Pace Student Awarded Fulbright U.S. Scholar Grant"

05/08/18

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Press Release: Pace University Announces Commencement Speakers and Honorary Degree Recipients: Leaders in Law, Education, the Arts, Business and Philanthropy

05/07/18

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"San Francisco Chronicle" featured Dyson Assistant Professor Anne Toomey's piece "Redefining 'impact' so research can help real people right away, even before becoming a journal article"

05/07/18

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"New York Post" featured Alumn Bruce Barish in "The craziest Tony goes to a Bronx dry cleaner"

05/07/18

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"Daily Voice" featured Seidenberg's director of Development Deth Sao in "2018 Rising Stars Unveiled By Business Council of Westchester"

05/07/18

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"The Associated Press" featured Dyson Professor Anne Toomey's piece in "Redefining ‘impact’ so research can help real people right away, even before becoming a journal article"

05/07/18

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Producing the Documentary travel course featured on Tiempo on ABC 7

05/06/18

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"Study Breaks" featured Pace University student Sammi Li in "Sammi Li Brings Asian Representation to Pace University"

05/04/18

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"Bloomberg" featured Haub Law Professor Bennett Gershman in "Ex-Goldman Sachs Programmer’s Conviction Upheld in New York "

05/04/18

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"The Evolllution" featured Assistant Vice President of Continuing and Professional Education Christine Shakespeare's piece "Managing Siloes: How Non-Traditional Divisions Can Innovate from the Fringes"

05/04/18

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"Fios1" featured Dyson Professor Dr. Maria Luskay and senior student Kelly Whritenour in "Pace University students find hope amid devastation in documentary on Puerto Rico"

05/03/18

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"The Examiner News" featured Dyson Professor Maria Luskay in "Pace Student Documentary Highlights the Suffering in Puerto Rico"

05/03/18

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"Washington Examiner" featured law professor Bennett Gershman in "Mueller questions 'leak' could mean trouble for Trump lawyers: Experts"

05/02/18

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"Hudson Valley News Network" featured the Pace Immigration Law Society in "Bracco Receives Immigrant Advocate Award"

05/02/18

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"The Examiner News" featured Biology Dyson Professor Dr. Melissa Grigione in "Coyote in Thornwood Park Attack Had Rabies"

05/02/18

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Press Release: Pace Student Awarded Fulbright U.S. Scholar Grant

05/02/18

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"The Hill" featured Law Professor Miriam Rocah's opinion piece "In the Cohen case, don’t buy the ‘vast government conspiracy’ defense"

05/01/18

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"New York Business Journal" featured Lubin Professor Bruce Bachenheimer in "Jopwell helps track down minority talent "

05/01/18

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Pace President Marvin Krislov and Dyson student Gabe Rivera on Fox 5 NY

05/01/18

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"Associated Press" featured Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris in "Royal wedding mania: $50,000 hotel package, Union Jack condoms and more"

05/01/18

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"Our Town" featured Assistant Vice President of Cultural Affairs at the Schimmel Center for the Arts Martin Kagan in "The man behind the scenes"

05/01/18

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"Autism Support Network" featured student David Sharif's piece "I have autism, and I'm in college"

05/01/18

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"Westchester County Business Journal" featured Dean Johathan Hill's piece "Jonathan H. Hill: A workable cybersecurity solution for Westchester"

05/01/18

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"The Chronicle of Philanthropy" featured Gary Laermer in Other Notable Appointments "Raikes Has New Racial-Equity Leader; Disney Foundation Names Executive Director"

04/27/18

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"The Chronicle of Higher Education" featured Gary Laermer in "Transitions"

04/27/18

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"Inside Higher Ed" featured professor of computer applications Gregg Ramsay in "Online Students Don't Have to Work Solo"

04/27/18

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"Tri County Sentry" featured Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris in "After Facebook Scrutiny, Is Google Next?"

04/27/18

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"Columbia Daily Tribune" featured Dyson Professors Matthew Bolton and Emily Welty in "Progress toward peace"

04/27/18

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"Westchester Rising" featured the College of Health Professions in "Pace Opens Health Center on Pleasantville Campus"

04/27/18

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"New York Law Journal" featured Law School Assistant Dean Jill Backer's piece in "What Is Diversity in the Legal Market? Or Is Everyone a Special Snowflake?"

04/27/18

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"Pleasantville Patch" featured Dyson Professors Michelle Land and John Cronin with Pace University students, faculty and staff in "High School, College Students Walk For World Water"

04/26/18

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"Community Health" featured dietitian nutritionist Christen Cupples Cooper, founding director of the nutrition and dietetics program at Pace University in "Is a plant-based diet right for you?"

04/25/18

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"Movie TV Tech Geeks" featured Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris in "Will Google, YouTube soon be getting the Facebook treatment?"

04/25/18

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"The Westchester Business Journal" featured Pace President Marvin Krislov and Gary Laermer in "Pace University names Gary Laermer as VP for development and alumni relations"

04/25/18

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"The Business Journal" featured Lubin Professor Larry Chiagouris in "After Facebook scrutiny, is Google next?"

04/24/18