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  • State District of Columbia
  • Utility type Investor-owned utility (IOU)
  • Regulatory Structure Deregulated
  • Community Solar Bill Credit Value Retail Rate
  • Community Solar Enabling Legislation Yes
  • Value of State Level RECs & Subsidies High = more than 25% of value stack
  • Eligible for Tax Benefits No
  • Installation type Ground
  • Year energized 2021
  • Project capacity 2,650 KW AC
  • LMI Share of Capacity 100%
  • LMI Requirement Income eligible only
  • Energy Rate Average $0.13
  • LMI Customer Savings 50%
  • Minimum LMI Savings Mandated Yes
  • Potential # LMI Subscribers 1060

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  • State or Municipal Bonds

    State and local governments, as well as some institutions like universities and hospitals, can issue debt in the form of bonds to finance large capital projects. These public bonds can be used to finance solar developments when approved by local governments or institutions. The tax liability for specific bond issues will vary based on local rules, needs, and the requirements for securing those bonds. Bond issues for solar are most often used when the issuing entity is the system owner or program authority. For agencies of government who are looking to develop community solar, legislators or governing bodies can be consulted on the viability of a bond issuance.