Spreading the rooftop revolution: What policies enable solar-as-a-service

Overholm explains the concept of third party ownership solar firms, where customers pay for solar as a service. Firms maintain ownership of panels, maintain them, install them, and navigate the legal and logistical obstacles of individual renewable energy, while customers pay a contractual fee. Barriers to entry as well as supportive and constricting policies are explained.

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Scientific article

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Harold Overholm

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11

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2015

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University of Cambridge Institute for Manfacturing

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i00153