The Solar Policy Scoop: July 2023

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New legislation may soon enable community solar in Ohio.Photo: James St. John

Ohio Republicans Introduce Bill to Launch Community Solar Pilot Program
columbus, ohio

Two Republican legislators introduced a bill to allow the development of community solar facilities in Ohio. Statewide Pilot Program. HB 197 will pave the way for 1,500 MW of regional solar power and will award special grants to brownfield projects.

DOE Announces Solar Power Talent Development Program Winners
washington dc

The Department of Energy announced 12 projects selected for negotiation to initiate training partnerships. Expanding the Solar Energy Workforce In underserved and underrepresented communities across the country.The project contains two projects SPW Top Solar Contractor and Amicus O&M Cooperative.

IRS Issues Guidance on Direct Payments and Transferability Under IRAs
washington dc

Internal Revenue Service Draft regulation and FAQ issued On Direct Payments and Transferability Options in the Control Inflation Act. This guidance outlines who is eligible for these incentives and how to claim them on your tax return.

House Ways and Means Proposes Repeal of IRA in New Tax Bill
washington dc

The House Ways and Means Committee proposed the repeal of the Inflation Control Law in the Build It in America Act. While unlikely to move forward, it would be the Republican-led House’s second attempt this year to scrap the IRA.

Majority of States Get Low Ratings for Clean Energy Interconnection Policies
united states of america

The Interstate Renewable Energy Council Grid interconnection grade release, which evaluates each state within the country based on the quality of its interconnection policies. Of the 39 states and territories with statewide interconnection procedures, only New Mexico received an A rating for its interconnection regulations.

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