Rooftop Solar Energy Tug of War – Resolution, Part 2
- Dec 22, 2021 4:19 pm GMT
On December 13 the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) released the Proposed Decision for the Net Energy Metering Tariff (a.k.a. NEM 2.0) that will be used in the future for rooftop solar in our state. This decision is over 200 pages long, because of the complexity of net energy metering tariffs and the many stake-holders involved. This summary of this decision is also very long for the same reasons, thus it will require two posts, one yesterday, (12/21) and one today. Today’s post will cover the main decision process.
If you have ventured into the Part 2 post without first reading part 1, it is strongly suggested that you start with Part 1. Part 1 was posted on 12/21/21, and part 2 a day later.
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