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The Solar Heist, or How I Got into the Solar Business, Part 8: Mrs. Prout Probably True Solar Stories

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On the next Probably True Solar Stories, Sylvia Prout, the widow of Richard Prout, visits Mazz and Charlie looking for answers about her husband's apparent murder. After some intense questioning and bourbon Irish coffees, Sylvia asks Mazz and Charlie for a favor that they can't refuse.

If you missed the earlier episodes with Richard Prout, listen to episodes 3, 4, 5, and 6. 

True Solar Takeaways
PTO is a common utility solar acronym for Permission to Operate. It's the final go-ahead from the utility following inspections and approvals, allowing the solar system to legally and safely feed solar electricity back into the grid.Utility solar projects are increasingly facing local opposition, slowing down the development and construction. Often, these concerns are due to misinformation about solar project impacts, as well as concerns about preserving land for agriculture.  This article from NPR highlights these solar project challenges.-----
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On the next Probably True Solar Stories, Sylvia Prout, the widow of Richard Prout, visits Mazz and Charlie looking for answers about her husband's apparent murder. After some intense questioning and bourbon Irish coffees, Sylvia asks Mazz and Charlie for a favor that they can't refuse.

If you missed the earlier episodes with Richard Prout, listen to episodes 3, 4, 5, and 6. 

True Solar Takeaways
PTO is a common utility solar acronym for Permission to Operate. It's the final go-ahead from the utility following inspections and approvals, allowing the solar system to legally and safely feed solar electricity back into the grid.Utility solar projects are increasingly facing local opposition, slowing down the development and construction. Often, these concerns are due to misinformation about solar project impacts, as well as concerns about preserving land for agriculture.  This article from NPR highlights these solar project challenges.-----
Visit ProbablyTrueSolar.com to sign up for the newsletter to learn about new episodes and live solar storytelling events. Support the show by visiting the merch store and buying a tee shirt! Learn how sponsors can be a part of Probably True Solar Stories and tell their own creative stories. Follow @SolarFred and/or @ProbTrueSolar on Twitter to discuss episodes Don't forget to: Subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast streaming service Rate Review, and Share!

24 min