Re: [hreg] Re: I Live In Brenham Tx my electric Co. Is Blue Bonnet Eect
- Many Texas rural co-op electric utilities and municipally owned electric utilities have been claiming exemption from PURPA and electric utility deregulation for a long time. If these utilities allow net-meter connections at all that decision is made on a utility by utility basis.
Sent: Aug 6, 2006 9:51 PM
Subject: [hreg] Re: I Live In Brenham Tx my electric Co. Is Blue Bonnet Eect
Yes, the government requires that electric companies allow for grid
tied systems, but they are not required to make it easy nor
inexpensive. I do not believe co-ops are exempt.
You can contact the Texas Public Utilities Commission for more
information or to file a complaint.
http://www.puc. state.tx. us/
--- In hreg@yahoogroups. com, "kprokop1" <kprokop1@.. .> wrote:
> I have ask my provider about solar electricticity and enncientives
> and they are not allowing it nor do they have any enncientives Is
> there any state agency that i can contact i would like to install
> equipment and possibly windturbins But they act like they have no
> immediate plans to make any changes including changing thier meters
> make them compatable i would appreciate on any info.or contact #s
> could make them conform to the Presidents Renewable Energy a Act.
> company in queston is BlueBonnet electrictric coop i would like to
> main annanamouse so i don't have any problems from the co.
> Thank you Kenneth Prokop
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