Ms. Jodziewicz said, “Any kilowatts created are money in the pocket.
“Anything that reduces kilowatt hours from our projects is a concern. It is something that affects the bottom line of these companies.”
Industry officials said more testing is needed before any industrywide policy is introduced. Ms. Jodziewicz said she is optimistic about using Mr. Arnett´s technique to keep bat explosions to a minimum.
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