R.I. Public Utilities Commission to decide on net-metering amendment

RHODE ISLAND ENERGY is proposing changes to the net-metering program, at the request of state regulators seeking to align it with state law. / COURTESY R.I. DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
PROVIDENCE – A nuanced deliberation between Rhode Island Energy and the R.I. Public Utilities Commission could have implications for owners of residential and commercial solar panels.  A proposal amending the company’s net-metering provision, which credits solar owners for a portion of excess energy generated, could be approved at the public hearing set for Oct. 4. …

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