Pennsylvania bill closes the borders to out-of-state solar credits
from Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Pennsylvania electric utilities will soon have to buy home-grown solar power to satisfy a state mandate that they get a sliver of their power from solar generators. The bill passed by the General Assembly will change a 13-year-old law so that power companies can no longer use renewable energy credits from out-of-state projects to fulfill requirements that they get a portion of the energy they sell from solar sources.
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