SolarCity corrals public support in its utility battle, "suspends" new solar and energy-storage projects

SolarCity (see the July 3, 2013 LRSSJ) recently announced it is no longer accepting new combined solar and energy storage projects in California due to the three investor-owned utilities' (IOUs) slow approval of its existing applications. SolarCity claims that the IOUs are purposefully delaying i...

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