TO PROVIDE FOR THIRD-PARTY SALES FROM RENEWABLE ENERGY FACILITIES WITH TWO MEGAWATTS OR LESS CAPACITY BY AMENDING THE DEFINITION OF PUBLIC UTILITY TO EXCLUDE A THIRD PARTY THAT OWNS OR OPERATES THE EQUIPMENT OF A RENEWABLE ENERGY FACILITY WITH TWO MEGAWATTS OR LESS CAPACITY WHEN THE RENEWABLE ENERGY FACILITY IS LOCATED ON A CUSTOMER’S PROPERTY.
Enacts new GS 62-5 as title indicates. Makes conforming changes. Effective October 1, 2011.
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