Net metering is dead. Long live net metering; Court Rich, Rose Law Group senior partner and director of Renewable Energy Department, calls Arizona the ‘Concord and Lexington’ of net metering conflicts

The must-see panel of Intersolar North America (if you could only see one) discussed the most pressing issue in distributed solar today: What’s happening with net metering – and where does the industry go from here? By Frank Andorka and Christian Roselund | PV Magazine At 9 am on Tuesday morning, one of the most important issues in the industry was …

No TEP-id response to proposed Arizona solar rate changes; Rose Law Group Senior Partner Court Rich speaks opposition to changes

By Frank Andorka | pv magazine A packed house at the Arizona Corporation Commission indicated intense public interest in proposed rate changes that critics say punish solar customers but which Tucson Electric Power says are necessary so they can invest more in solar. Arizona Corporation CommissionThe hearing room at the Arizona Corporation Commission’s meeting to discuss Tucson Electric Power’s latest …

Tucson Electric Power’s solar rate plan jeered, cheered at public hearing

Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents parties to TEP’s rate case By David Wichner | Arizona Daily Star A proposal to reduce reimbursements for future Tucson Electric Power Co. solar customers drew a standing-room only crowd at an Arizona Corporation Commission public comment hearing Monday. And while most of the TEP customers who spoke derided TEP’s proposal as anti-solar, TEP got support …

Tucson Electric Power proposes higher charges, fewer credits for future solar customers; ‘Aggressively anti-consumer,’ says Court Rich, Rose Law Group senior partner and director of Renewable Energy Department

By David Wichner | Arizona Daily Star ucson Electric Power has proposed a new rate structure for those who install rooftop solar in the future that would cut credits for excess solar production.Tucson Electric Power Co. has proposed a new rate structure for future customers with rooftop solar that would cut credits for excess solar production and mandate time-of-use rates …