Oregon regulators set community solar rules, aiming for 160 MW in initial round 

The goal is to open up solar to those who can’t put it on their own roof.

Regulators set rules Thursday for a program intended to extend the opportunity to go solar to all Oregon utility customers, whether they can put a system on their roof or not.

The solar industry cheered, with a significant caveat, and the state’s biggest utility said the rules “generally look workable.”

Source: Oregon regulators set community solar rules, aiming for 160 MW in initial round – Portland Business Journal