Part 4: The Wild, Wild (Mid)West: ARES and Credit Rates

In the classic Western movie troupe, two men stare down each other at high noon. “This town isn’t big enough for the two of us,” one says to the other. The encounter typically ends poorly for one of the participants. In Illinois, those two players are the Alternative Retail Electric Supplier (ARES) and the community solar asset operators. Both sides are in conflict and are staring down each other with claims for customers and credit rates. So how can this wild west conflict end? Read the final installment of Kacie Peters’ four-part blog series on the Pivot Energy blog to find out!

Sara Hall