A coalition of School Board representatives, healthcare advocates and “climate leaders” in the North Bay area of California has spoken out against the California Public Utilities Commission’s (CPUC) proposal to alter the virtual net energy metering scheme (VNEM) in the state.
Ahead of the CPUC vote on the VNEM proposal, due to take place later today (2nd November), healthcare and education representatives alongside state assembly representatives have said that the proposed changes would “make it unaffordable for North Bay non-profit community health centers, schools, apartments, farms and businesses to go solar.”
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Source: PV Tech
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