Archaic Utility Rules Stall Local Solar Power Development

by Institute for Local Self- on Oct 15, 2013 | Views: 137 | Score: 0
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Institute for Local Self- on Oct 15, 2013 2:10 AM said:

Many people expect that solar power will dramatically expand once it becomes less expensive than grid electricity. But archaic utility rules can effectively cap local solar development at just 15% of peak demand. Fortunately, pioneering states like Hawaii and California are exploring ways to lift the cap and bring utility rules into the 21st century.