Solar photovoltaic (PV) systems are now more affordable than ever for Connecticut residents. .
We are paying consequences now.
Timothy Bowles, chairman of the funds board and a co-chairman of a working group created by the General Assembly to come up with a long-term overhaul of the solar rebate program, said he expected the board to approve some kind of fix on Monday.Could they have put a brake on the money early to sustain it, or tiered the rates down?But a 300 percent growth in purchases of residential systems for the first six months ate up its entire.5 million.But its appeal has been limited by an income cap that excludes wealthier people and because there are costs at the end of the lease.The current funding cycle runs from July 1, 2008, through June 30, 2010.Haines and other installers said customers seem to be hanging back for now.Could we have done it better?
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