With new legislation proposed to reform Kentucky’s 14 year-old energy policies, CEA’s Brydon Ross looks at the impact the legislation will have on solar energy adoption across the Commonwealth.

This bill would grandfather in existing private solar customers, through 2042, so no one gets unfairly penalized. It would also continue to reward owners for the excess energy they generate, while aligning incentives with actual competitive electric prices which would ensure fair costs and the reliability of our grid. It will also help solar grow, ensure grid reliability and make sure customer costs are fairly distributed.

Read more – Lexington Herald Leader