With court case looming, Maine regulators delay changes to solar power credit system

FRED BEVER, Maine Public / Bangor Daily News

“The takeaway is that the PUC is realizing that this kind of Frankenstein that they’ve created is a lot more difficult to implement than they would have thought, and raises a whole host of policy and fairness issues, never mind technical issues,” said Sean Mahoney, executive vice president of the Conservation Law Foundation. “But I don’t think the decision today has changed the PUC’s opinion with respect to the merits of the underlying rule, and that’s a matter that’s going to have to be resolved by the law court.”

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