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Massachusetts’ Solar Renewable Energy Credits (SREC) are an unquestioned success, creating green jobs and clean energy while protecting taxpayers. As the program enters its second phase, it’s time for Governor Baker to reaffirm the state’s commitment to a sustainable economic future. Governor Patrick established the SREC program in 2008 to incentivize 400 megawatts (MW) new… Keep reading →

Few Jobs Than Expected Added To Labor Market In January

Mandates that require utilities to generate renewable energy can be satisfied by physically owning the assets and generating power from distributed sources like wind and solar, or by purchasing renewable energy certificates from other who generate power from renewables. This creates markets that vary by state depending on local mandates and regulations. REC trading in… Keep reading →

New Jersey lawmakers moved to boost the state’s booming solar market by supporting the market price for certificates issued for solar-generated power.

The state legislature’s Assembly Telecommunications and Utilities Committee on Thursday approved two bills that seek to reverse a recent sharp fall in the value of the tradable Solar Renewable Energy Certificates. Keep reading →