Kentucky Power has filed for a 25% rate increase
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But You need to Go solar before December 11
On Jan 1, the state is turning over control of its solar program to the utilities. Kentucky Power is using that authority to eliminate the financial benefits of solar.
THE BOTTOM LINE
Kentucky Power is about to gut the solar program
Right now, solar homes send power to the grid and then use it back later in a tit-for-tat exchange. For systems permitted through the utility next year and beyond, that will change.
Solar power shared back to the grid will be credited at 1/4 the current value. It’ll be a 75% reduction in the value of solar. Solar just won’t be financially viable. Read our blog post, Important Updates for Kentucky, to learn more.
The bottom line, Kentucky Power is planning to raise up rates — and then take away your option to get out and make your own power.
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Important Updates for Kentucky
Learn more about how the changes to important net metering laws will affect solar affordability for Kentucky families, businesses, and community organizations.