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Andy McDonald: Kentucky’s emerging solar industry threatened by HB 227’s ending of net metering


Kentucky’s young solar energy industry is being threatened by the state’s electric utilities, who are trying to stifle competition and limit their customer’s freedom to use solar energy in their homes and businesses. House Bill 227 would end net ...


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