North Carolina AG asks delay to Duke’s solar net metering plan

By John Engel Follow @EngelsAngle

The announcement last November was refreshing to solar energy advocates.

Duke Energy had reached an agreement on changes to its net metering policy for rooftop solar customers in North Carolina that was cheered by most solar industry trade groups. The settlement was similar to an agreement crafted a year earlier in South Carolina that Vote Solar said was rooted in “trust” and “transparency.”

The success was notable because policy updates to net metering — the mechanism that credits rooftop solar customers for surplus electricity that they send to the grid — have proven to be contentious in other states.

In California, regulators

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