Vt. Warns Against Deceptive Advertising Of Solar Energy

By Steven Trader (December 8, 2015, 10:05 PM EST) -- State officials in Vermont on Tuesday published a guide for solar companies doing business in the state as well as consumers who believe they're using renewable energy, warning both against deceptive claims that the energy is clean when in fact it doesn't qualify.

Solar panel providers and those setting up community solar projects such as solar gardens, which provide energy to a group of consumers in an area, must be up front about whether they retain the renewable energy certificates — the legal attribute of that energy — or whether they turn around and sell them to other companies, said the...

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