Attorneys Scott Wyland & Isaac Wakefield successfully appeal a decision of the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission

September 10, 2015

Scott Wyland and Isaac Wakefield successfully appealed a decision of the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission on an important solar energy project for the Dauphin County Industrial Development Authority.  The decision involves PPL’s obligation to purchase excess power generated by DCIDA’s solar project at time-of-use rates.  The PUC initially rejected DCIDA’s position and DCIDA appealed.  On September 9, 2015, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court reversed the PUC.

The full opinion is here . Opinion letter 9-9-2015

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