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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - Kathleen O'Shea
Oklahoma Gas and Electric Co. spokeswoman Kathleen O'Shea said the bill wouldn't apply to existing solar or small wind customers who have signed up for net metering, the program that allows them to build credits for generating excess power.
"We're not anti-solar or anti-wind or trying to slow this down, we're just trying to keep it fair," O'Shea told the newspaper. "We've been studying this trend. We know it's coming, and we want to get ahead of it."