Friday, October 3, 2014

'Solar garden' proposal opens access to savings | Electric Power News | Energy Central

Lawmakers and Hawaiian Electric Co. want to give utility customers who don't own rooftop space the opportunity to take advantage of certain benefits of renewable energy.
The plan is to create community solar farms or "solar gardens" that give people the option to invest in large-scale solar systems and lower their electrical bills.
Community solar will be one option for residents in the near future, HECO said at a legislative briefing Sept. 19 . The utility proposed community solar as part of an energy transition plan it filed with the state Public Utilities Commission in August.
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