The promise of solar energy use in remedying the critical need for energy sources which provide alternatives to oil is the concern of this article. The author examines the role that utility companies could perform in the development and marketing of solar energy systems and considers the potential for anticompetitive abuse that might result. He concludes, however, that congressional plans for solar development have placed unfair, unwarranted, and counterproductive restrictions on utilities and may have precluded otherwise promising development.
James P. Lough,
A Report on Utility Participation in Solar Energy Development,
Duq. L. Rev.
Available at: https://dsc.duq.edu/dlr/vol19/iss1/5