RCA rejects federal net metering rules
State regulators choose not to adopt 2005 Environmental Policy Act guidelines, instead look to craft state-based standards in future
State regulators have decided to reject net metering standards proposed by the Bush administration, instead choosing to craft standards tailored toward Alaska.
The standards would have required larger utilities to buy electricity generated by individual customers connected to the grid. Across the co....
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