Could A 40-Year-Old Law Let More Customers “Exit” the Grid? | Institute for Local Self-Reliance

As state regulators restricted the ability of home and business owners in Nevada to receive sufficient compensation for solar on their rooftops, some large companies started looking towards other options. In 2016, at least two major Las Vegas casinos agreed to pay multi-million dollar “exit fees” to leave the service of incumbent monopoly utility NV Energy…

Source: Could A 40-Year-Old Law Let More Customers “Exit” the Grid? | Institute for Local Self-Reliance

In some states, customers have retail competition and may select from several suppliers. In other states, however, electric customers may have fewer choices. In the following map, customers in the blue states have competitive markets, and those in yellow and orange states lack a choice.

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