28 Feb '16, 5pm

New PG&E Program Lets Customers Choose Solar

New PG&E Program Lets Customers Choose Solar

Flipping over to the customer side of things — why would someone want to opt into a program that likely costs more than the normal power program? Is it the feelgood nature of the program? Is it that they are standing up for what they believe in by putting their money towards solar generation? These do make sense, but given the fact noted above that the utility has to deliver 50% of electricity from renewables by 2030, does opting into such a program make sense? Will it actually result in more solar generation being added? Only time will tell how that actually plays out.

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2016/02/28/new-pge-program-lets-...

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