Solar Opportunity and Local Access Rights Act Introduced in US Congress SOLAR ENERGY NEWS CENTER March 28, 2007Message 1 of 1 , Apr 8, 2007View Source
Solar Opportunity and Local Access Rights Act Introduced in US Congress
March 28, 2007
Washington, DC , USA : Solar Opportunity and Local Access Rights Act Introduced in US Congress
As more US consumers turn to solar power, US Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) and Reps. Dennis Cardoza (D-CA) and Michael Ferguson (R-NJ) today introduced legislation that would affirm the right of American consumers to install solar systems on their roofs and receive fair treatment as energy producers.
The “Solar Opportunity and Local Access Rights Act” (SOLAR) would establish national standards for the interconnection and net metering of solar energy systems, based on the most progressive state standards to date. The legislation would require utilities to credit their customers at retail electric rates for supplying excess solar power to the grid. The bill would also establish that ownership of renewable energy credits (RECs) resides with the solar system owner for purposes of selling or trading to meet a state or federal renewable portfolio standard.
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