Utah Enacts Net Metering Legislation, Avoiding Customer Penalties
Source: IREC On March 25th, Utah Governor Gary Herbert signed Senate Bill 208 into law, which makes minimal changes to Utah’s grade-A net metering policy. As originally introduced, the bill contained language referencing cost-shifting among customer classes, mandated a fee for net metering customers, and allowed the Utah Public Service Commission to implement the fee...
Utah Utility Proposes Additional Net Metering Fee
In Utah, the state's largest power supplier is asking some customers-turned-electricity producers to pay a little more for the privilege. Last week, Rocky Mountain Power announced a rate increase request of $76.3 million, or 4 percent, from the Utah Public Service Commission. If approved, the typical residential electricity bill would rise about $3.73 per month.