April 9, 2012

'Solar Tax' Will Wreck CA School Investments

Hanley & Rogers, San Jose Mercury News

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Thanks to policies like "Net Energy Metering," solar has become increasingly attractive to school districts as a money saver. California's Net Metering policy allows a customer's electric meter to "spin backward"; any electricity generated but not utilized on-site goes onto the grid, much like the cellphone rollover minutes on your phone bill. . .

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