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According to the article, "In the first case of its kind, an eastern Kentucky utility has asked regulators to diminish the value of the renewable energy that rooftop solar customers add to the electric grid." The outcome will chart the course for the future of small-scale solar in Kentucky.

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Matt Chester on Nov 9, 2020

Another step in the back and forth battle that's been waged in states and localities for years-- but now with the boom of the DER market it seems regulators can't spare to kick the can down the road any longer. I suspect we'll see a flurry of activity like this in the next few years. And no matter which direction the rulings go, having the certainty for all stakeholders involved will be important and critical to charting a path forwards. 

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PJ Davis on Nov 9, 2020

Indeed! Another example of our ever-changing industry.

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