Calif Energy Commission recommends fee for distributed generation connection

A key issue and one of the most contentious, the siting committee delayed making a recommendation on the topic in its initial June interconnection report. Distributed generation supporters claim electric utilities use high fees as a means of discouraging outsiders from connecting to the grid.

NORTHBOROUGH, Mass., Oct 10, 2000 (BUSINESS WIRE)–Customers of National Grid USA’s (National Grid) electricity distribution companies – Massachusetts Electric, Narragansett Electric, Granite State Electric, and Nantucket Electric – have access to free, on-line home improvement resources from ImproveNet Inc., a web-based home improvement services company.

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