While analysts continue to argue about whether or not the dip in housing sales in the first two months of 2014 is weather-related or not, it might be helpful to step back and take a look at the last few years to gain some perspective about where the market may be heading.
Minnesota’s tariff on rooftop solar includes incentives for carbon reduction
Incentives would ensure normal electricity rates when the sun isn't shining
The statewide tariff for rooftop solar systems in Minnesota would include costs for offsetting carbon emissions found from power plants. The "value of solar" methodology seeks to pay customers credit for the carbon-free energy they generate from their rooftop PVs. This would also allow them to pay normal electricity rates when the sun isn't shining through net metering.
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