Indiana enacted a very controversial anti-solar energy law (SEA 309) in 2017, despite broad-based opposition from an array of public interest groups, renewable energy companies, and tech CEOs. In essence, SEA 309 eliminates net metering, which credits solar owners, at the retail rate, for any solar electricity that they do not use on-site. Since SEA 309’s passage, lawmakers, on both sides of the aisle, are increasingly interested in ways to promote rooftop solar.

UPDATE:
HB 1196 is set to become law!  Thanks very much for your calls and emails.  HB 1304, HB 1136, and HB 1250 were all unfortunately denied hearings.

HB 1196 House Vote Sheet (1/24/22)
HB 1196 Senate Vote Sheet (2/24/22)
HB 1196 House Vote Sheet (3/1/22)