Confusion Over Solar Policy

I know that there is a requirement in the United States that the utility companies must allow for individuals with Solar Panels to connect to the grid. However, there are no guidelines about how difficult they can or cannot make this process. For example, there are certain places in the United States where the utility company can drown an individual trying to connect to the grid in paper work. So that the individual eventually gives up and no longer tries to connect to the grid, further discouraging those who are thinking about connecting to the grid. Does anyone think there will eventually be a standard regulation that prevents the utility companies from making this process impossible? Because it would seem that if the solar industry really wants to progess, we must make the process as easy for the individual as possible.

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