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Source: CBC News, October 21, 2019 

Program offered solar customers a 1:1 credit for every kWh generated which passed costs on to others

Saskatchewan’s popular net-metering program was unsustainable because of its growing cost, according to an economics professor.

The program provided solar customers with 1:1 net metering, meaning that for every kilowatt hour of power put into the system, they would get a 15 cent credit back for future energy use. The credit was non-monetary.

The problem was, that solar energy was only saving SaskPower about 7.5 cents/kWh — but the credit was twice that.

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