Arizona regulators seek solar net-metering compromise

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Corporation Commissioners Tom Forese, left, and Doug Little both traveled to California this fall to try and work toward a compromise on the solar net metering issue with SolarCity Corp. CEO Lyndon Rive.(Photo: Michael Schennum/The Republic)

by Ryan Randazzo | The Arizona Republic

Two Arizona utility regulators feared by the solar industry as a threat to their business are trying to broker a compromise between rooftop-panel installers and big utilities.

When Republicans Tom Forese and Doug Little ran for office in 2014 to regulate Arizona utilities, and millions of dollars in support came their way through so-called “dark-money” groups, the solar industry feared the worst.

Rooftop-solar leasing firms were particularly concerned the money was coming from Arizona Public Service Co. in hopes of electing two regulators who would reduce solar subsidies. APS hasn’t denied funding the candidates.

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