Brydon Ross, Vice President of State Affairs for Consumer Energy Alliance, discusses how updating outdated energy policies can both support the growth of solar energy and provide families with more affordable energy.

“We support solar. Don’t misconstrue that. But we have to be realistic about how our grid works.  We need to think about smart ways to continue to incentivize solar growth. The way we compensate people in that program, frankly, is outdated.”

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