ACC to consider solar power agreements
The Arizona Corporation Commission will decide whether agreements between businesses selling solar power and schools must be regulated as utilities.
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#1 Jun 26, 2010
"The judge had said that based on previous rulings that the power sellers should be treated as public service companies under the state's constitution and be regulated."
The Judge apparently hasn't heard of NEC rulebook. The National electric code is pretty specific with reguards to solar PV installation and operation. If a grid tied system is on during a power outage, the system shuts down to avoid islanding and causing foreign voltages on the power grid during a shutdown situation. You do not need a 'Constitutional' determination, you need an electrical operation and failure determination. This has already been done and incorporated into any inverter sold today. I wonder who brought this up? SRP perhaps?
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