NewEnergyNews: QUICK NEWS, July 3: TRUST IN UTILITIES FALLING; SO CAROLINA REVALS SUN’S NET METERING; NEW MEXICO ADDS NEW ENERGY

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    Wednesday, July 03, 2013

    QUICK NEWS, July 3: TRUST IN UTILITIES FALLING; SO CAROLINA REVALS SUN’S NET METERING; NEW MEXICO ADDS NEW ENERGY

    TRUST IN UTILITIES FALLING Warning: Survey Says Consumers Are Losing Trust In Their Utilities

    July 1, 2013 (Renew Grid)

    “[J]ust 24% of consumers trust their utility to inform them of actions they can take to optimize energy consumption - a decrease of nine percentage points from 2012…[According to an annual survey by Accenture], this is the lowest level of trust since [the] multi-year global research program was launched four years ago. Furthermore, customer satisfaction has drifted lower globally, falling from 59% to 47% over the past year…” click here for more

    SO CAROLINA REVALS SUN’S NET METERING South Carolina Considers Lifting Cap On Solar Power

    William Pentland, June 29, 2013 (Forbes)

    “South Carolina may soon join the ranks of states that have reconsidered the wisdom of imposing restrictive caps on net metering for customer-sited solar power systems…[T]he South Carolina Public Service Commission said it would convene a public workshop to evaluate changes to the 100-kilowatt net metering cap for solar…[which] has prevented customers, including Furman University, from installing more solar power…” click here for more

    NEW MEXICO ADDS NEW ENERGY PNM plans to add more solar, wind to portfolio

    July 1, (Seattle Post Intelligencer)

    "New Mexico's largest electricity provider says it has a plan for adding more solar and wind power to its portfolio…[The Public Service Company of New Mexico proposal] must be approved by state regulators…[It] calls for building three solar generating stations in the Albuquerque area and purchasing more electricity from a wind farm in Cibola County…With the proposal, 83 cents would be added to the average residential monthly bill starting in 2014…” click here for more

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