Regulatory changes in Nova Scotia could detour homeowners from investing in solar, future net metering earnings minimized

Electricity Act amended to remove net-metering for some users, and cap on large producers eliminated. Amendments focus on efficiency benefiting businesses developing large-scale projects more than homeowners. Nova Scotia Power customers with existing solar arrays will continue to be able to sell excess power to the grid.
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