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The Solar Watt That You Can Sell! [FM82601-

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The solar watt has finally come home to roost for many unbelievers in the residential solar power kit world who just didn’t believe that the solar watt they created with their onboard solar generation system could actually pay them back.

If you are a ComEd customer living in the Chicago land area, here is a link you can follow in which you can have a net metering plan included in your power set up. The more power you generate the more you save and can actually earn power credits.

Some people were under the impression these types of plans just don’t exist but they do…almost anywhere and I will be digging up more info on this along with a short article on exactly how the net metering thing all works and how you can put the solar watt to work for you….stay tuned!

Net Metering

If you are a residential or commercial customer who owns or operates an eligible renewable electric generator of up to 2,000 kW that generates electricity for your own use, you may qualify for Net Metering.  An eligible renewable electric generator is one that is located on your premises and is powered by solar electric energy (e.g. photovoltaic), wind, dedicated crops grown for electricity generation, anaerobic digestion of livestock or food processing waste, fuel cells or microturbines powered by renewable fuels, or hydroelectric energy.

Net Metering will provide customers credits for the excess generated energy that flows onto the distribution system according to the terms of ComEd’s Net Metering tariff, Rider POGNM – Parallel Operation of Retail Customer Generating Facilities with Net Metering.

You can download the Net Metering Application Form or call 1-877-426-6331 for more information.

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