Los Angeles Business Council Calls on LADWP to Expand Solar Pilot Program

MyNewsLA–A coalition of business, environmental and civic leaders called Tuesday on the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power to expand a pilot program allowing hundreds of building owners to install rooftop solar panels and then sell the electricity generated into the utility’s power grid.

A letter sent on behalf of the Los Angeles Business Council’s 500 members to LADWP Board President Mel Levine says the city “has a unique opportunity to show the nation that we can harness technology, an entrepreneurial spirit and the sun’s energy to meet the demands of the climate crisis while producing the power needed to sustain our way of life.”

The Feed-in Tariff, or FiT, solar pilot program has reached capacity with all 150 megawatts originally authorized either installed or active, along with a waitlist of interested participants, according to the LABC.

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