Connecticut’s General Assembly on Wednesday passed a bill that doubles the amount of renewable energy utilities must use to serve load — 40% by 2030 — while also revoking net metering guarantees that ensure rooftop solar owners earn retail prices for their excess electricity. The bill now goes to Gov.
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