We’re Watching You, Wisconsin Public Service Commission

We’re Watching You, Wisconsin Public Service Commission

The state’s largest utilities have filed proposals with the Wisconsin Public Service Commission to pay solar users less for the energy they sell back to the grid and to force all customers, solar and nonsolar alike, to pay a larger fixed fee for hooking up to the grid in the first place. Such a change would be good for the bottom line but could be potentially devastating to the rooftop industry, reducing the incentive for a would-be solar customer to buy or lease rooftop panels. It could also wreak havoc on the budgets of early adopters who have already invested in the technology.

Read the full story – Slate Magazine, September 24, 2014