Indiana bill would make solar less attractive to homeowners

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The bill will lower the amount of money solar customers get for selling excess power

February 04, 2015

Large utilities and state legislators in Indiana have joined together to push for a bill that would make distributed and rooftop solar less appealing to consumers. HB 1320, proposed by state Rep. Eric Koch (R), would lower the amount of money solar customers get for selling excess power back to the grid and allow utilities to add a fixed monthly charge to solar users’ bills, as well as interconnection fees.

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