2 thoughts on “California regulators vote to screw non-solar users”

  1. It is actually a double whammy. The utilities can’t reduce power generation because a solar house doesn’t need energy 80% of the time during the day. The utilities must always generate backup power just in case the solar panels don’t generate for a particular day, and then if they generate “extra” of this unusable energy, we have to pay them more.

    The upshot is that now the poor are paying for the energy of the rich.

  2. The government in California is out to screw anybody with money. Jerry Brown’s regulations and taxes punish the poor and business. The poor can’t move easily but business’s have moved out of state and are still leaving. Environmental regulations do nothing measurable.

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