New North Carolina bill could revamp solar policy in the state

By Kelsey Misbrener The North Carolina House of Representatives has introduced a new bill to reform the Public Utilities Regulatory Policy Act and update the state’s renewable portfolio standards, according to the North State Journal.
The bill is called “Competitive Energy Solutions for NC,” and was the result of a consensus made after months of negotiations by utilities, solar companies and other stakeholders.
Duke Energy sent a press release praising the new bill, along with a quote from Duke’s president David Fountain:
“This bill is a victory for customers and for the state of North Carolina. First, it makes solar energy more affordable and efficient for

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