MONTPELIER, Vt. (CBS/AP) — A California company that installs rooftop solar energy systems has reached a settlement with Vermont over improperly filed contracts.

The Rutland Herald reports SolarCity reached an agreement Wednesday with the Vermont Department of Public Service. Under the agreement, SolarCity would spend about $200,000 to address net-metering contracts and registrations for about 134 customers.

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The Vermont Public Utility Commission had commissioned an investigation last month into the company’s business practices. According to the PUC, SolarCity had failed to file registrations with state regulators.

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The company had claimed that it filed its applications online without realizing that paper copies also were required.

SolarCity is owned by the electric car company Tesla Motors.

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