Friday, December 14, 2012

California Tries Again For A "Community Clean Power' Bill | Renewable Energy News Article

SAN FRANCISCO -- The idea of giving the masses more access to solar energy has taken shape in a newly drafted bill in California that will allow renters to buy renewable electricity that is produced away from where they live and get credit on their utility bills.

Sen. Lois Wolk introduced the bill yesterday, a second attempt by her and solar energy proponents to pass such renewable energy sharing legislation. SB 43 will allow renters, along with homeowners who don't have good enough credit or have roofs that aren't suitable for solar panels, for example, to sign contracts with owners of solar power generation projects for a portion of the electricity produced. The amount they pay for will show up as credits on their utility bills. Businesses that lease office space will be able to do the same.

Read more:

http://www.renewableenergyworld.com/rea/news/article/2012/12/california-tries-again-for-a-community-clean-power-bill

Joy Hughes, Founder, Solar Gardens Institute http://www.solargardens.org
CEO, Solar Panel Hosting LLC http://www.solarpanelhosting.com
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