Solar power made more expensive by NJ rules; how can we change that?

Solar panels, ACUA, Atlantic City

RUSS ZIMMER / APP.COM – New Jersey’s solar power price rules were designed to encourage solar construction, but the result has stymied solar’s potential because consumers are being forced to buy electricity generated from the sun at inflated prices.

That might change, but the details will be tricky.

If you pay an electric bill in New Jersey, you — along with your neighbors and the shop owners on Main Street — are contributing up to $4.8 billion that ratepayers could be charged for solar power over the next 10 years …

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