“Thinking of installing solar for your home or business? NV Energy welcomes your interest in customer-generated electricity also called distributed generation. We want to help reduce your energy bill — and your carbon footprint — with solar and renewable energy.”
NV Energy welcomes interest in consumer- generated electricity? NO , Really… They welcome your money!
What will the Residential Renewable Tax Credit offered by the Government do for you? Likely not enough to see a big benefit. A recent Las Vegas Sun article points out homeowners will never be able to recuperate the cost of the solar panels saying “Our system will never pay for itself.” The bait and switch is especially tough on homeowners who purchased solar before the PUC decision and rate increase. These Net Metered Customers (NEM Customers) are outraged and so are we!
Thomas Edison once said… “I’d put my money on the sun and solar energy. What a source of power! I hope we don’t have to wait until oil and coal run out before we tackle that.” Well Tom, we may have to, if politicians don’t get out of the way!
Who is this good for?
Is this good for the PUC? Their friends? Their bottom line? NV Energy? I can tell you, it’s NOT GOOD FOR YOU!
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