Minnesota Splits Difference On Residential Community Solar Incentive

By Frank Andorka By Frank Andorka, Senior Correspondent

In the wake of a Minnesota Public Utilities Commission decision to add an incentive to attract residential customers to the state’s booming community solar program, neither side – the utility or solar advocates – were particularly happy.
On the one hand, the utility argued the incentive was too generous, shifting costs (there’s that mythical cost-shift argument raising its ugly head again) to non-community solar customers.
On the other hand, solar advocates argued the incentive wasn’t generous enough, saying it won’t be enough to encourage more residential customers to subscribe to what are called in Minnesota “solar gardens.”

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