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    Thursday, April 30, 2015

    NV POLL TO POLS –VOTERS WANT SOLAR

    Solar energy poll results called warning for Nevada legislators

    Sean Whaley, April 29, 2015 (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

    “…[Nevada] state lawmakers could suffer at the polls come election time next year if they do not support expanding rooftop solar efforts through a net metering program…[A WPA Opinion Research paid for by the Alliance for Solar Choice shows [seven in 10 likely voters support Nevada’s net metering policy and nearly three-quarters would be less likely to re-elect their legislative representative if they failed to support a raise in the net metering cap]…The strong support for net metering among voters is because Nevada is blessed with an enormous solar resource and they [more than four in five of likely voters, 84 percent, have a favorable impression of solar energy]…Without an increase in the net metering cap, [advocates say] the rooftop solar industry will leave Nevada, eliminating 6,000 jobs…[NV Energy, the state’s dominant utility], says the cap might be reached early next year, but the rooftop solar group says the cap could be reached as early as this summer…NV Energy officials argue that net metering customers are subsidized by other ratepayers…[and] that rooftop solar would be viable without the subsidy, which is worth about 7 cents a kilowatt hour…” click here for more

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