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After years of regulatory uncertainty, a new bill in Wisconsin would finally clarify that utility customers do not need to own their rooftop solar installations.
The legislation would authorize an arrangement known as third-party solar, in which a company installs panels for a customer and then either leases the panels or sells the power or net-metering credits to the property owner.
The model is allowed in most states and is a popular option for helping homeowners and businesses avoid the steep upfront costs of solar, and it also allows government and nonprofit entities like schools, churches, and hospitals to