Friday, July 5, 2013

S.C. Public Service Commission to review solar energy policieS

Bill Poovey
The S.C. Public Service Commission has agreed to review the state’s solar energy policies, including a 100 kilowatt limit on sun power for businesses and other nonresidential customers of electric utilities.
The commission set a Sept. 12 public workshop on the issue.
Hamilton Davis, energy and climate director at the Coastal Conservation League in Charleston, said Monday the league is seeking an increase in the 100 kilowatt limit and in a 0.2% aggregate limit on solar energy as part of a utility’s peak demand.

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