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Please contact SVEC before construction.
Members interested in generating power for their own use through a net metering facility such as a solar photovoltaic system, biomass, etc., may contact the Cooperative for interconnection instructions and net metering rules.
“Net Metering” means the difference in the applicable billing period between the amount of electricity supplied by the Cooperative compared to the amount of electricity generated by the respective member that is delivered to the Cooperative.
In months where the member’s power system generates more power than the member uses, the cooperative credits (banks) the excess power. The credits are carried forward to the next month’s billing. At the end of the calendar year, any credit (banked power) can be paid out in accordance with the tariff or if the member desires, the first billing of the new year will be credited for the dollar amount from the previous year’s banked power.
We are happy to partner with you! On March 25, 2013, Suwannee Valley Electric Cooperative installed another net meter on a 5 kV Solar PV System. Thank you Mr. and Mrs. Lakatos for allowing us to post pictures of your new system.