Thursday, June 25, 2009

Oregon House approves solar power generation bill

Oregon is the second state after Vermont, to use a feed-in tariff, which allows consumers to sell power generated from solar panels to the utilities at a wholesale rate set by the Public Utility Commission for 15 years, after 15 years at the utilities market value.

The bottom line is ...

More and more states are using solar energy, why don't you petition for your state to do the same if they have not done so already.

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