Brydon Ross discusses how legislation updating Kentucky’s energy policies has changed during the legislative process to further safeguard Kentuckians who have invested in solar energy while ensuring solar can continue to responsibly grow.

Kentucky’s 14-year-old private solar policy is outdated, and the costs to provide power 24/7 are not being fairly allocated between solar and non-solar users. This will inevitably hurt the progress of solar energy unless policy is modernized to ensure its sustainable growth while protecting all consumers equally.

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