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Dustin Mulvany recently provided analysis and testimony on behalf of the Sierra Club on Utah's net metering debate.

"Our analysis found photovoltaic net metering customers save Rocky Mountain Power $1.4 million dollars in avoided costs from energy generation, capacity values, transmission and distribution capacity values, and ancillary services values. The largely coal-fired utility claims net metering customers do not pay a fair share of the costs of grid operations and maintenance. We found their proposed policies would increase economic payback times by 1 to 6 years for solar depending on the customer class, which would significantly impact customers decisions to go solar."

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