By definition, feed-in tariffs are designed to make utilities to get a percentage of their power from renewable sources by a certain date. The National Renewable Energy Laboratory published a report called “A Policymaker’s Guide to Feed-in Tariff Policy Design,” and presented a cost-benefit analysis as well as several best practices for FiTs. When implemented with cost efficiency in mind, NREL states, feed-in tariffs can make solar energy more affordable for utilities as well as energy consumers.
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