Validity of grid access fees – g gas lol

Utilities are derided by the media and the public when it takes time to repair the downed lines, while the cost of placing lines underground, which can be more than five times the cost of overhead distribution, especially when converting from above to below ground distribution, results in increased rates.

Other distribution maintenance costs include; Washing insulators to remove dust and salt buildup to prevent flashovers; Drilling of wooden telephone poles to detect rot; Cleaning, and testing of circuit breakers; Inspecting and performing an oil analysis of substation transformers; to name a few.

But people who have installed PV rooftop solar systems don’t pay for maintaining the grid, because they don’t pay the utility for very much of their electricity. If they have installed a battery with their PV rooftop system, they may also not need electricity from the grid at night.

AGW environmentalists are objecting to the grid access fee, claiming, probably correctly, that the fee may slow down the adoption of PV rooftop solar installations and adoption of any similar distributed generation approach, such as combined heat and power (CHP).

Utilities are derided by the media and the public when it takes time to repair the downed lines, while the cost of placing lines underground, which can be more than five times the cost of overhead distribution, especially when converting from above to below ground distribution, results in increased rates.

Other distribution maintenance costs include; Washing insulators to remove dust and salt buildup to prevent flashovers; Drilling of wooden telephone poles to detect rot; Cleaning, and testing of circuit breakers; Inspecting and performing an oil analysis of substation transformers; to name a few.

But people who have installed PV rooftop solar systems don’t pay for maintaining the grid, because they don’t pay the utility for very much of their electricity. If they have installed a battery with their PV rooftop system, they may also not need electricity from the grid at night.

AGW environmentalists are objecting to the grid access fee, claiming, probably correctly, that the fee may slow down the adoption of PV rooftop solar installations and adoption of any similar distributed generation approach, such as combined heat and power (CHP).

Utilities are derided by the media and the public when it takes time to repair the downed lines, while the cost of placing lines underground, which can be more than five times the cost of overhead distribution, especially when converting from above to below ground distribution, results in increased rates.

Other distribution maintenance costs include; Washing insulators to remove dust and salt buildup to prevent flashovers; Drilling of wooden telephone poles to detect rot; Cleaning, and testing of circuit breakers; Inspecting and performing an oil analysis of substation transformers; to name a few.

But people who have installed PV rooftop solar systems don’t pay for maintaining the grid, because they don’t pay the utility for very much of their electricity. If they have installed a battery with their PV rooftop system, they may also not need electricity from the grid at night.

AGW environmentalists are objecting to the grid access fee, claiming, probably correctly, that the fee may slow down the adoption of PV rooftop solar installations and adoption of any similar distributed generation approach, such as combined heat and power (CHP).

Utilities are derided by the media and the public when it takes time to repair the downed lines, while the cost of placing lines underground, which can be more than five times the cost of overhead distribution, especially when converting from above to below ground distribution, results in increased rates.

Other distribution maintenance costs include; Washing insulators to remove dust and salt buildup to prevent flashovers; Drilling of wooden telephone poles to detect rot; Cleaning, and testing of circuit breakers; Inspecting and performing an oil analysis of substation transformers; to name a few.

But people who have installed PV rooftop solar systems don’t pay for maintaining the grid, because they don’t pay the utility for very much of their electricity. If they have installed a battery with their PV rooftop system, they may also not need electricity from the grid at night.

AGW environmentalists are objecting to the grid access fee, claiming, probably correctly, that the fee may slow down the adoption of PV rooftop solar installations and adoption of any similar distributed generation approach, such as combined heat and power (CHP).

Utilities are derided by the media and the public when it takes time to repair the downed lines, while the cost of placing lines underground, which can be more than five times the cost of overhead distribution, especially when converting from above to below ground distribution, results in increased rates.

Other distribution maintenance costs include; Washing insulators to remove dust and salt buildup to prevent flashovers; Drilling of wooden telephone poles to detect rot; Cleaning, and testing of circuit breakers; Inspecting and performing an oil analysis of substation transformers; to name a few.

But people who have installed PV rooftop solar systems don’t pay for maintaining the grid, because they don’t pay the utility for very much of their electricity. If they have installed a battery with their PV rooftop system, they may also not need electricity from the grid at night.

AGW environmentalists are objecting to the grid access fee, claiming, probably correctly, that the fee may slow down the adoption of PV rooftop solar installations and adoption of any similar distributed generation approach, such as combined heat and power (CHP).