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Interconnection reform clears the way for Californians to go solar
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5 October 2012
On 5 October 2012 CleanTechies reported:
California is one of the nation's thriving distributed PV markets, with over 1 gigawatt of rooftop solar installed -- more than many countries. The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has approved a major upgrade to the state's interconnection rules for rooftop and small-scale solar projects: known in regulatory circles as 'Rule 21'. The CPUC's decision authorizes key reforms to make Rule 21 more inclusive, predictably, and transparent. The successful adoption of the recent Rule 21 upgrades, along with the promise of the recently initiated Phase 2 means good things for solar.
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