By Kelsey Misbrener In a few states, utilities have launched solar subscription services for which customers can pay extra on top of their electric bills to receive solar powered energy. In California, Senate bill No. 43 required utilities serving 100,000 customers or more to expand access to renewable energy resources to ratepayers currently unable to access the benefits of onsite generation.
NV Energy started a solar subscription program that would allow residential, and eventually business, customers the option to meet up to 100% of their energy needs with solar power.
Nevada solar installer Sol-Up USA’s former chief technical officer Tu Anh Tran is skeptical of
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