Salt Lake Tribune
Aug 7, 2017
Just days before their first face-to-face hearing before state regulators on a controversial rate overhaul, Rocky Mountain Power and Utah’s rooftop solar advocates appear to be losing their will to fight.
Last November, the state’s largest utility company revealed plans for a three-part billing rate for residential homeowners who add solar panels that sometimes generate surplus power, often called net-metering customers. Advocates for Utah’s growing solar industry denounce the plan and its fees as, among other things, “the most regressive rate structure we have seen in any state.”
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