General Assembly approves expansion of remote net metering in R.I.

PROVIDENCE – Despite the fiscal 2018 budget standoff, the R.I. General Assembly did manage to pass various pieces of legislation, including a new law expanding remote net-metering capabilities in Rhode Island. Net metering is a program allowing renewable-energy owners to sell excess electricity generated back into the grid, which is consumed elsewhere. The generator –…

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