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Stanford Business School (2018)
Revision date:
02-Feb-2018
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5 pages
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Abstract

This is part of a case series. In 2015, the Nevada Public Utility Commission (PUC) passed a ruling that essentially eliminated net metering, dramatically reducing the compensation rate for home solar owners selling excess electricity back to the utility company. As a result, solar companies, including Sunrun, were forced to close down operations, severing 3,000 industry jobs. This case profiles the PUC's decision, and Sunrun's strategy in dealing with out-of-market forces in order to retain a sales presence in the state of Nevada.

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Energy; Solar; Regulation; Utility; Net energy metering; Politics; Lobbying
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