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Where Can Net Energy Metering Aggregation (NEMA) Be Employed?

Virtually any Ag facility located within California and served by a California utility can benefit from Net Energy Metering Aggregation (NEMA) -- also known as Aggregated Net Metering (ANM) -- which allows a single, centralized solar panel system to service multiple meters/service points. The system can be deployed virtually anywhere on any size property, making “non-producing” areas suddenly productive:

  • Non-irrigated dead spots
  • Mitigation lands
  • Marginal farmland
  • Shop areas
  • Non-tillable hillsides, elevations or grades
  • Building rooftops or parking lot carport structures
  • Solar panels do not have to be on the same property as the meters, but can be located on a “contiguous” or adjacent piece of property, as long as it is owned, rented, or leased by the same customer who owns the meter(s)
  • Roads don’t break up “contiguous” properties, as long as you have legal rights to property on both sides of the road and a meter in that area that needs to be offset

With Net Energy Metering Aggregation/Aggregated Net Metering, California’s Ag businesses finally have the freedom and flexibility to deploy a solar panel system where ever on their property/properties it makes the most sense – from a crop, accessibility, and production standpoint. 

 

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