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They hate solar! Test of N.C. laws against non-utility sales of electricity
Dec 6th, 2015 at 6:22pm
 
November 2, 2015

"Duke Energy says the state Utilities Commission should fine an advocacy group $1,000 a day for selling power from solar panels to a Greensboro church."

"NC WARN, a Durham group that frequently squares off against Duke, is challenging a state law that says only public utilities may sell electricity. Solar companies and municipal power providers are taking sides."

"So-called third-party sales were also the focus of failed legislation this year that would have allowed renewable-energy developers to sell directly to customers."

"WARN insists it is not a public utility because it isn’t selling power to the public but to a specific nonprofit, the church, and providing a “service” in paying the upfront costs of the solar array."

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http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/local/article42209517.html
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