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66-1266. Same; excess energy generated by customer-generator; calculation; requirements; expiration of credit. (a) Prior to January 1, 2030, for any customer-generator that began operating a renewable energy resource under an interconnect agreement with the utility prior to July 1, 2014:

(1) If the electricity supplied by the utility exceeds the electricity generated by the customer-generator during a billing period, the customer-generator shall be billed for the net electricity supplied by the utility in accordance with normal practices for customers in the same rate class.

(2) If such customer-generator generates electricity in excess of the customer-generator's monthly consumption, all such net excess energy (NEG), expressed in kilowatt-hours, shall be carried forward from month-to-month and credited at a ratio of one-to-one against the customer-generator's energy consumption, expressed in kilowatt-hours, in subsequent months.

(3) Any interconnect agreement between such customer-generator and a utility and all such NEG generated under such agreement shall be transferrable and continue in place until January 1, 2030, regardless of whether there is a change in ownership of the property on which the renewable energy resource is located.

(4) Any NEG resulting from renewable energy resources that are installed on and after July 1, 2014, but are part of an installation of a renewable energy resource that was operating prior to July 1, 2014, shall be carried forward and credited to the customer as if such resources had begun operation prior to July 1, 2014.

(5) Any net excess generation credit remaining in a net-metering customer's account on March 31 of each year shall expire.

(b) For any customer-generator that began operating a renewable energy resource under an interconnect agreement with the utility on and after July 1, 2014:

(1) If the electricity supplied by the utility exceeds the electricity generated by the customer-generator during a billing period, the customer-generator shall be billed for the net electricity supplied by the utility.

(2) If such customer-generator generates electricity in excess of the customer-generator's monthly consumption, all such NEG remaining in such customer-generator's account at the end of each billing period shall be credited to the customer at a rate of 100% of the utility's monthly system average cost of energy per kilowatt hour.

(c) On and after January 1, 2030, for all customer-generators, regardless of when such customer-generators entered into an interconnect agreement with the utility:

(1) If the electricity supplied by the utility exceeds the electricity generated by the customer-generator during a billing period, the customer-generator shall be billed for the net electricity supplied by the utility; and

(2) if such customer-generator generates electricity in excess of the customer-generator's monthly consumption, all such NEG remaining in a customer-generator's account at the end of each billing period shall be credited to the customer at a rate of 100% of the utility's monthly system average cost of energy per kilowatt hour.

History: L. 2009, ch. 141, § 11; L. 2014, ch. 68, § 3; July 1.



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