A.M Sun Solar has been keeping our eye on this for years and if you have questions about this, we can answer your questions. Here’s a brief overview of what you need to know:
On Thursday, the California Public Utilities Commission voted 3-to-2 to enact its net energy metering (NEM) successor tariff, also known as NEM 2.0. For the past decade, this policy has assured net-metered customers that they’ll earn retail-rate payments for their surplus solar energy, which has helped push the state to lead the country in rooftop solar deployments.
Net metering, which has been in place for 20 years in California, has been critical to making it affordable to go solar. It is largely responsible for the rise of rooftop solar installation companies like A.M. Sun Solar.
This is great news for residential and business solar customers on the central coast. Do you have questions about what this means for you as a current or future solar customer? Fill out a free solar proposal form or contact us to learn more about this vote and your solar future.