Solar Predictions for 2014

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  • westbranchwestbranch Solar Expert Posts: 5,183 ✭✭✭✭
    Re: Solar Predictions for 2014

    Prediction #2

    2. The debate over net metering will intensify, but many traditional power companies, which operate both regulated and deregulated businesses, will begin to invest in distributed solar, both outside and inside their territories. Solar is too profitable a business for utilities to ignore.

    YEA!
     
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  • solar_davesolar_dave Solar Expert Posts: 2,368 ✭✭✭✭
    Re: Solar Predictions for 2014
    westbranch wrote: »
    Prediction #2

    2. The debate over net metering will intensify, but many traditional power companies, which operate both regulated and deregulated businesses, will begin to invest in distributed solar, both outside and inside their territories. Solar is too profitable a business for utilities to ignore.

    YEA!

    Well we are now locked in till 2016 in AZ, when the next rate case comes up.
  • bill von novakbill von novak Solar Expert Posts: 891 ✭✭✭✭
    Re: Solar Predictions for 2014
    westbranch wrote: »
    Prediction #2

    2. The debate over net metering will intensify, but many traditional power companies, which operate both regulated and deregulated businesses, will begin to invest in distributed solar, both outside and inside their territories. Solar is too profitable a business for utilities to ignore.

    YEA!

    Careful what you wish for; you might get it! Imagine a scenario where the only way you can get solar PV is to pay your utility an extra 5 cents a kilowatt-hour - then they come and install it for you, and you're not allowed to touch it after that. And no one else is allowed to install such systems. For safety's sake, of course.
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