Seeking Simpler Solar Review in North Carolina

Raleigh, North Carolina [The News & Observer] A leading national solar energy company is asking the N.C. Utilities Commission to follow the example of other states and make it easier for private energy companies to produce and sell electricity [in North Carolina]. … Progress Energy and Duke Energy are opposed to lowering the barriers to entry. The two utilities contend that connecting private power companies to a utility network without rigorous engineering reviews endangers utility workers and could disrupt power reliability for thousands of customers.
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