Related Content Solar power bills headed for conference committee The 4-2 ruling in favor of Eagle Point Solar could expedite the adoption of solar power generating systems that can reduce users’ energy costs and environmental footprint. Critics say the ruling could be a blow for electric utilities, who may have to raise their rates if they lose customers. The court says companies such as Eagle Point Solar can enter into deals with customers in which they install rooftop solar panels, and then sell them the energy that is generated. The court rejected claims that those agreements were illegal under Iowa law because they cut into the exclusive territories granted to regulated utilities. Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
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