A game-changing solar vote is happening at the California Public Utilities Commission. They're deciding how much customer-owned solar energy is allowed to get the bill saving benefits of net metering.  This statewide clean energy credit program has empowered over 100,000 solar energy systems to be installed on homes, businesses, schools, libraries and other buildings around the state.  The Commission has proposed allowing more Californians to get the benefits of net metering,  and some utilities are trying their best to cut that number by half. 

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    "Dear Commissioners: I write today to urge you to adopt the proposed decision issued in Rulemaking No. 10-05-004. I strongly support the methodology outlined in the proposed decision for calculating the 5 percent statewide net energy metering cap and believe the clean energy and new jobs created by this policy will benefit California’s environment and economy. Approving this proposed decision on net metering will help California reduce its reliance on polluting fossil fuels that are imported from out of state, increase job creation, improve grid reliability, and reduce the need for expensive and polluting peaker power plants. More capacity under the net energy metering cap is good for California electricity customers, the economy, public health, and the environment. Please vote yes and continue the PUC's leadership in advancing California toward a clean energy future. Thank you. " Jens Muhle, CA
    "Dear Commissioners: I am writing to voice my support for adopting the proposed decision issued in Rulemaking No. 10-05-004. I strongly support the methodology outlined in the proposed decision for calculating the 5 percent statewide net energy metering cap and believe the clean energy and new jobs created by this policy will benefit California’s environment and economy. Approving this proposed decision on net metering will help California reduce its reliance on polluting fossil fuels that are imported from out of state, increase job creation, improve grid reliability, and reduce the need for expensive and polluting peaker power plants. More capacity under the net energy metering cap is good for California electricity customers, the economy, public health, and the environment. Please vote yes and continue the PUC's leadership in advancing California toward a clean energy future. Thank you. " Louisa M Campagna, CA
    "Dear Commissioners: I write today to urge you to adopt the proposed decision issued in Rulemaking No. 10-05-004. I strongly support the methodology outlined in the proposed decision for calculating the 5 percent statewide net energy metering cap and believe the clean energy and new jobs created by this policy will benefit California’s environment and economy. Approving this proposed decision on net metering will help California reduce its reliance on polluting fossil fuels that are imported from out of state, increase job creation, improve grid reliability, and reduce the need for expensive and polluting peaker power plants. More capacity under the net energy metering cap is good for California electricity customers, the economy, public health, and the environment. Please vote yes and continue the PUC's leadership in advancing California toward a clean energy future. Thank you. " Nancy L Young Ph.D, CA
    "Dear Commissioners: I write today to urge you to adopt the proposed decision issued in Rulemaking No. 10-05-004. I strongly support the methodology outlined in the proposed decision for calculating the 5 percent statewide net energy metering cap and believe the clean energy and new jobs created by this policy will benefit California’s environment and economy. Approving this proposed decision on net metering will help California reduce its reliance on polluting fossil fuels that are imported from out of state, increase job creation, improve grid reliability, and reduce the need for expensive and polluting peaker power plants. More capacity under the net energy metering cap is good for California electricity customers, the economy, public health, and the environment. Please vote yes and continue the PUC's leadership in advancing California toward a clean energy future. Thank you. " Matthew C Anderson, NY
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