What was never in place cannot be taken away..... We would love some better solar laws to hit Georgia and the rest of the Southeast. On it!
Some are embracing solar, yes. While many others still fear solar cuts into revenues and profit margins. See: Edison Electric Institute's 'Disruptive Challenges' PDF - http://www.eei.org/ourissues/finance/Documents/disruptivechallenges.pdf
Great tips, Tor!
While it is certainly dirty for SolarCity to pull this trick, it goes to show that homeowners must do their research before deciding which company to buy from. Get 3 quotes minimum and then compare. And remember that the cheapest system (or most expensive in SolarCity's case) is not necessarily the best.
Bring back the 1603 Treasury Grant and you've got our vote
Georgia needs better policies!
Great recap of SPI with very good marketing points.
We need one of these in the States.
We want better state policies for solar in Georgia.
This article shows how jobs will be created by smart, innovative companies.
We cannot control the utilities but we can voice our opinions to our legislators. Tell Lauren "Bubba" McDonald. Jr. that you support his desire for more solar from Georgia Power: http://www.facebook.com/SolarEnergyUSA#!/pages/Lauren-W-Bubba-McDonald-Jr/43504837893
And not enough money budgeted for the new nuclear power plants means the utility customers have to pay for the remainder of the tab...