Iowa Supreme Court to decide solar energy dispute
Regulated utility companies argue that such third-party purchase agreements are not legal under Iowa law, which gives them the exclusive right to sell to those customers.
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#1 Jul 11, 2014
"If Eagle Point wins the case, advocates say more cities and businesses would adopt solar energy."
"But utilities and their regulators say rates would have to increase to make up for lost customers. "
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The test of another poor business model. NRG Energy seems to be the only power provider who wants to get into distributed alternative energy as a provider. Lead, follow, or get the hell out of the way.
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