Still time to go solar before VT reduces incentives again starting July 1


Submitted 6 months ago

Now is definitely not the time to slow solar adoption in Vermont, but regulators continue to set up roadblocks

Despite vigorous objection from solar advocates all over Vermont, the Public Utility Commission continued its trend of reducing solar incentives and set a lower rate for net-metering solar projects permitted after July 1, 2018.  Solaflect estimates that this change will reduce the average solar credit for a family by $750 to $1500 over the first 10 years.

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Now is definitely not the time to slow solar adoption in Vermont, but regulators continue to set up roadblocks.  So just under 2 months to go solar at today's more favorable rates!
More details in last Friday's Rutland Herald.

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