At a presentation kicking off the two-day California Solar Expo at the San Diego Convention Center, a representative of one of more than 50 exhibitors summed up the industry by saying, “Solar’s the party that everyone wants to be in.”
Solar’s residential segment is expected to grow about 9 percent nationally but is expected to slow in California this year.
Much of the reason is the long-running debates over net-metering and rate designs. Utility companies are using their considerable political power to shake down ratepayers who opt for solar.
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