Richard Levine, a University of Kentucky architecture professor, outfitted his studio with solar panels to provide much of the electricity for it and his home. He uses net-metering to feed excess power he generates into the Kentucky Utilities grid and draw power when he needs it.
Richard Levine, a University of Kentucky architecture professor, outfitted his studio with solar panels to provide much of the electricity for it and his home. He uses net-metering to feed excess power he generates into the Kentucky Utilities grid and draw power when he needs it. teblen@herald-leader.com Tom Eblen
Richard Levine, a University of Kentucky architecture professor, outfitted his studio with solar panels to provide much of the electricity for it and his home. He uses net-metering to feed excess power he generates into the Kentucky Utilities grid and draw power when he needs it. teblen@herald-leader.com Tom Eblen

Bill that would make home solar energy more costly in Kentucky appears dead

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