Utility Company, Duke Energy,
Announces Net Metering Changes To North Carolina
What is Happening to Duke Energy Solar Customers on July 1st?
Starting July 1st, 2022, Duke Energy will replace its net metering program with a new program called the Distributed Energy Resources (DER) tariff. Under this new program, customers with rooftop solar systems will be compensated for the excess energy they generate and send back to the grid at a lower rate than what they pay for electricity they consume from the grid.
Customers will also be required to pay an additional monthly fee, which will be based on the size of their solar system and the amount of energy they consume from the grid. The new program is expected to impact the savings of rooftop solar customers in North Carolina and has been the subject of much discussion and debate in the state’s energy industry.
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