In Tucson, Competing Interests Fight for Solar Energy Profits

In Tucson, Competing Interests Fight for Solar Energy ProfitsA proposed rule change in the Arizona city would see new rooftop solar customers pay as much as $100 in additional fees per year, pitting solar users up against power companies.


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