According to the Arizona Republic, Salt River Project, Arizona’s second largest utility, will be watching closely what happens over the next two weeks.
Many influential voices have agreed that net metering leads to an unfair cost-shift that needs to be resolved for customers.
An article in today’s San Jose Mercury News details a recent report that estimates California’s net metering policy could cost the state’s non-solar customers $1.1 billion a year by 2020. APS has been actively advocating for changes to Arizona’s net metering policy based on similar issues.
With all the debate about rooftop solar in Arizona, we get one question over and over again from existing solar customers: “If there are new rules, what will happen to my current solar contract?”
Arizona now ranks second nationally in solar installations and first in utility-scale solar projects.