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…
Utah Enacts Net Metering Legislation, Avoiding Customer Penalties
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.