Now that Indian River has solar panels, so will Watertown schools.. The current electrical grid is based on the notion of economies of scale providing affordability and the ability to maintian the grid for all when there is bad weather.
As select users drop off (knowing the grid we all pay for is still there for their backup) the rest of us pay proportionately more. Yet most of the rest of us don't have the means or subsidy to build arrays.
I'm not really against checking out new technologies, but am just asking if excusing oneself from the grid on an a la carte basis is good policy ?