South Carolina is facing an energy crisis. Customers in some utility territories are already paying on average $27 per month for two failed nuclear power plants that will never produce energy.
Thankfully, policymakers have introduced House Bill 4421, the Energy Consumer Bill of Rights Act, which will open the door for more energy choice with solar in South Carolina.
House Bill 4421 will allow for more home-grown solar energy by reforming existing policy, including expanding the state’s net metering program. Net metering is a billing mechanism that gives consumers fair retail credit for the power they send back to the grid and their neighbors.
MORE SOLAR = MORE JOBS!
There are nearly 3,000 solar jobs in South Carolina. These are high-quality, local jobs. Expanding access to solar will grow the economy and create more of these quality jobs for the state.
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