Right now in Michigan, there’s an outdated, arbitrary 1% cap on rooftop solar installations. This means if your area has reached that limit, you can’t install rooftop solar panels and connect them to the energy grid. The 1% cap is a holdover from previous legislation in 2008, when having that many rooftop solar installations seemed distant.
But the rooftop solar installation business has been booming in Michigan, and many residents want to reduce their utility bills and invest in clean renewable energy. As a result, Consumers and UPPCO have already hit the cap and DTE is quickly approaching it. When the cap is reached it effectively shuts down rooftop solar in that area.
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