Bernadette Del Chiaro: could a change in California net metering policy cripple residential solar?

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Utilities and Consumers in California are in a pitched battle over the value of residential solar generated electricity fed back to the grid. It’s important because the money consumers are paid for their excess solar directly affects how quickly their panels pay for themselves. If the state’s utilities have their way in the upcoming “Net Metering 3.0” debates, California’s local energy market could get shut down overnight. Listen in as Bernadette Del Chiaro, Executive Director of the California Solar and Storage Association, explains net metering, California’s 2021 review process, and offers a way advocates of clean energy to lend their voice to this critical issue.

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