US states still lagging on distributed generation

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Still hard for customers to sell electricity back to grid in many parts of the US

Significant numbers of US states are still lagging behind when it comes to buying renewable energy from customers, according to a report from the Network for New Energy Choices, an advocacy group promoting...

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