Till rooftop solar appeared on the scene, renting power from an electric company was the default option. You just had the power turned on when you moved in. You didn’t have to get a PhD in understanding the economics of whatever power they used. You just rented it. You didn’t have to undergo a credit check to see if you’d pay the monthly bill. They just cut you off if you didn’t pay. Tough, but simple. An easiest path decision.
Yes, the Peach State installed over 90 megawatts of solar in 2013. By attracting over $600 million in private clean energy investments over the last five years, it looks as though Georgia is now growing faster than other big solar states.Continue reading