Solar and other clean technologies have become some of the lowest cost energy resources available in the U.S. Add the clear security, job creation and health benefits of harnessing homegrown renewables, and it’s clear that clean energy just makes (dollars and) sense. So why do we keep seeing utilities proposing to build expensive new gas ...
Like rollover minutes for a cell phone, net metering gives solar energy customers full credit on their utility bills for the excess clean power they contribute to the grid.
This simple billing arrangement is one of the most important state policies for helping Americans generate their own power from the sun. By encouraging private investment in local solar power, it’s creating jobs, reducing utility costs, and building a cleaner energy future for us all.