Triangle Business Journal: Shunned by big utility, N.C. solar installers turn to religious leaders for support

Aug 26, 2015 | In the News, IPL News Highlights, State Press Clips, What's New

After failing to get support from the North Carolina’s largest public utility, a group of residential solar installers has appealed to a higher power in their effort to convince state lawmakers to extend the 35 percent renewable energy tax credit that is set to expire at the end of the year.

The solar installers have teamed with representatives of the religious community to continue making their case that without the tax credit, the companies will lose out on hundreds of installation jobs – and millions of dollars in revenue. They are calling on the General Assembly to pass a two-year extension to the tax credit that steps it down over time.  Read More

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