An owner of a net-metering facility.
Billing for Net
If the kWhs
generated by the net metering facility and fed back to the electric utility
exceed the kWhs supplied by the electric utility to the net metering customer
during the applicable billing period, the utility shall credit the net-metering
customer with any accumulated net excess generation in the next applicable
(1) Net excess generation
shall first be credited to the net-metering customer's meter to which the
net-metering facility is physically attached (designated meter).
(2) After application of subdivision (C)(1)
and upon request of the net-metering customer pursuant to subsection (D), any
remaining net excess generation shall be credited to one or more of the
net-metering customer's meters (additional meters) in the rank order provided
by the customer.
(3) Net excess
generation shall be credited as described in subdivisions (C)(1) and (C)(2)
during subsequent billing periods; net excess generation credit remaining in a
net-metering customer's account at the close of an annual billing cycle, up to
an amount equal to four (4) months' average usage during the annual billing
cycle that is closing, shall be credited to the net-metering customer's account
for use during the next annual billing cycle.
(4) Except as provided in subsection (C)(3)
of this section, any net excess generation credit remaining in a net-metering
customer's account at the close of an annual billing cycle shall
from a net-metering customer an electric utility must apply net excess
generation to the net-metering customer's additional meters provided that:
(1) The net-metering customer must give at
least 30 days' notice to the utility.
(2) The additional meter(s) must be
identified at the time of the request and must be in the net-metering
customer's name, in the same utility service territory, and be used to measure
only electricity used for the net-metering customer's requirements.
(3) In the event that more than one of the
net-metering customer's meters is identified, the net-metering customer must
designate the rank order for the additional meters to which excess kWhs are to
be applied. The net-metering customer cannot designate the rank order more than
once during the annual billing cycle.
(4) The net-metering customer's identified
additional meters do not have to be used for the same class of
renewable energy credit created as a result of electricity supplied by a
net-metering customer is the property of the net-metering customer that
generated the renewable credit.