|I got nothing.|
If Leggett were a normal business man selling coffee on the corner there'd be no reason for him to open up his books even a little. But Leggett isn't a normal business man, he's a business man working in a highly subsidized field. The subsidies are part of a social contract that solar businesses have made with the public.
Public:We'll help you get your shops up and running but don't overcharge us.
The social contract compels Leggett to tell the truth about the costs of solar - to honor the public's generosity. Unfortunately it looks as though greed has gotten the better of Leggett.