ASSOCIATED PRESS - National solar companies seek to stop Maine deal
Rauscher said he prefers that existing net metering policies remain in place as an option alongside the new system until regulators can evaluate how the new system is working. Rauscher’s proposal would effectively kill the bill because the utility companies and the Maine Office of the Public Advocate would drop their support, said Vaughan Woodruff, owner of Insource Renewables, a Pittsfield solar installer with 11 employees. “Like any collaboratively negotiated bill, if you pull one stick out the whole thing falls part,” he said. Read the article.