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When Does Net Energy Metering Aggregation (NEMA) Start and End?

Any new solar panel system installed after March, 2014 is eligible to qualify for Aggregated Net Metering/Net Energy Metering Aggregation. A critical factor, however, is availability. NEMA as currently configured may end prior to its initially projected end date of 2017:

  • Utilities are required to offer Aggregated Net Metering/Net Energy Metering Aggregation only until the total capacity of renewable energy generated exceeds 5% of the electric utility’s aggregate demand
  • Capacity has been filling up fast, and will only accelerate with Aggregated Net Metering/Net Energy Metering Aggregation
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