Indiana is not a fan of solar

Indiana energy bill would eliminate net metering, move to ‘buy-all, sell-all’ solar model

New bill would eliminate net metering, which is not unheard of and is a common attack across the country. However, I’ve never heard of “buy-all, sell-all” where your generated power must be sold to the utility at “avoided cost” and then bought back from the utility at retail rates. Basically, you end up paying about 5-7 cents per kWh to use the power you generate on your roof.

I imagine this is a ridiculous first offer in a negotiation process so that when the utilities “settle” for just eliminating net metering, the solar advocates can claim they staved off the worst.

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