Advocates back bill preventing limits on alternative energy
September 8, 2015 by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
September 8, 2015, Harrisburg, PA — Advocates of turning cow manure and other waste into energy are backing a bill introduced in the Pennsylvania House that would forbid putting caps on how much electricity those systems can sell to the grid.
The bill is aimed at a proposal still being developed by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission meant to limit reimbursements to customers who generate power from alternative sources — a dairy farmer with a methane digester, for example, or a homeowner with solar panels on the roof. READ MORE