Going Solar Before NEM-3
PG&E’s new Net Energy Metering agreement, also known as NEM-3 or Net Billing, is predicted to go into effect April 14, 2023. While the final details of the agreement are still being determined, it seems clear that the rate which the utilities will pay customers for excess power generated will drop dramatically — on average, 75%. This will have broad-reaching effects on the solar industry in California.
We encourage anyone considering solar to act fast and get their projects started before this deadline. Call or email us today to get started.
How to expedite your solar project:
1. Review your latest PG&E bill. Are your name and service address perfect? If not, call PG&E to fix it.
2. Keep your PG&E bill handy — we need a copy of it. Email a PDF or JPG of the bill to email@example.com.
3. Follow these instructions to download the last 12 months of energy data from the PG&E website. Email this file to firstname.lastname@example.org.
4. Have answers ready:
5. Once you accept our proposal, sign and return forms quickly to keep the process moving. This will include:
Solar Works will handle the rest.
Emily Collet, Solar Works Designer, is passionate about compost and carbon farming -- helping sequester carbon from the air into the ground, while enjoying the healthy food and beautiful flowers that are a byproduct.