The proliferation of rooftop solar and other forms of distributed power generation is forcing state legislatures and public utility commissions to grapple with questions around net-energy metering and the value of distributed generation. Weighing the benefits of clean, distributed power against the incumbent electric utility companies’ need for financial returns on infrastructure investments is leading may jurisdictions to tack on a charge to distributed power producers to pay for the
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