By [email protected] When it comes to California’s time-of-use rates and the effect they’ll have on solar power, a single hour can make a huge difference — especially if it doesn’t align with data that shows when the state really needs to make electricity more expensive for its customers.
That’s what the Solar Energy Industries Association and Vote Solar are saying about a recent change to a rate design proposal from San Diego Gas & Electric, the first of the state’s big three utilities to start the shift to time-of-use (TOU). With the California Public Utilities Commission set to vote on the proposal
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