Customers Ask State Regulators To Revive Solar Rebates

SunEdison solar panel | Photo courtesy of SunEdison
Photo courtesy of SunEdison

As a rebate that subsidized rooftop solar panels nears its end, two Ameren Missouri customers have filed a formal complaint with the state’s utility regulator in an attempt to keep the money flowing.

The complaint submitted to the Missouri Public Service Commission, accuses Ameren Missouri of violating the state’s renewable energy law when it denied their rebate applications. State law keeps utilities’ renewable energy efforts from increasing electric rates beyond 1 percent, but the PSC never determined the program would do that, the complaint alleges.

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