Philly installers take issue with Inquirer story about outrageous interconnection

By Kelsey Misbrener An Arsenal Solar installation in Philadelphia.
This month, the Philadelphia Inquirer published a story about a roofing contractor in Chester County, Philadelphia, who painstakingly designed and installed a ground-mounted solar array himself only to be told by his local utility PECO that it would cost him $45,000 to interconnect to the grid.
PECO told the homeowner that “equipment would have to be upgraded not only along the rolling road he lives off in the Marshallton section of West Bradford Township, but farther down the road as well,” according to the Inquirer. The article said PECO told the man the distribution system near

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