New State Bill to Bring Community-Based Renewable Energy to California


Environmentally minded renters who are unable to install solar panels on their roofs because they don’t own their buildings, will have a new way to take part in the generation of solar power, and benefit as a result, if SB843 becomes law.

SB843 authorizes the Community-Based Renewable Energy Self-Generation Program, which would authorize a retail customer of an electrical corporation to acquire an interest in a community renewable energy facility, for the purpose of receiving a bill credit to offset all or a portion of the retail customer’s electricity usage.

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Topics:  Renewable Energy, Solar Energy

Published In: Business Organization Updates, General Business Updates, Energy & Utilities Updates, Environmental Updates

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