Watchdog Wants Texas AG To Probe Solar Panel Firms

Law360, Dallas (October 27, 2016, 6:07 PM EDT) -- Consumer watchdog group Campaign for Accountability on Thursday asked the Texas Attorney General to investigate what it says is a pattern of false and misleading trade practices by companies that install solar panels at residential properties.

In a letter to Texas AG Ken Paxton, the group said a review of "extensive consumer complaints" filed with the AG's office shows many solar panel companies have engaged in false and misleading acts in marketing, selling or leasing the panels to residential customers. CFA reviewed complaints received since 2012 after filing a public records request, and said a dozen companies had apparently violated the Texas...

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