Net Metering Cap to Expand in Vermont

Montpelier, Vermont [] Vermont’s House of Representatives gave preliminary approval Thursday to an energy bill that clears the way for an expanded home-generated power program. There was little dissent over the bill, which is expected to receive final approval today. Officials from the state’s utilities raised concerns about the expansion of “net-metering” projects, in which homeowners can connect their power generation system to the power grid.


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