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Once you've established that solar is an option for your business, we can offer different programs with varied rate and billing structures to suit your particular needs. See this chart to compare our renewable energy programs.
  • Net Energy Metering:
    For every kWh of energy generated by their system, the customer offsets their current month's energy usage and any excess energy is carried forward to the next billing period to offset future usage.
  • Offset/Sell:
    Customer offsets usage at retail and then receives Small Power Production, Cogeneration Rate for any excess generation.
  • Offset Only:
    Customer offsets usage at retail. No credit for excess energy sent back to grid.
  • Buy All/Sell All
    Customer purchases energy under the current rate and sells all generation to utility at the Small Power Production, Cogeneration Rate.

Frequently Asked Questions

Net Metering provides one way for customers who generate their own way for customers who generate their own renewable electricity to reduce the power they need for their business. You will receive a credit that you can rollover for any excess energy that you generate. See a sample monthly bill for customer participating in Net Metering.
The costs associated with installing a solar array can vary widely depending on your site's specifications and which Installer you choose to work with. You can find more information on the U.S. Department of Energy's website, and get a general idea of potential costs by using the PVWatts calculator tool on the National Renewable Energy Laboratory web site.
Customers are not eligible to participate in Net Energy Metering Plus if they are also currently participating in PaCE. Under its Distributed Energy Resource programs, Dominion Energy South Carolina assumes ownership of the renewable energy credits (RECs). If you participate in PaCE, the organization retains the energy credits based on your renewable energy generation.

Renewable Energy Developers

You can find information here about interconnecting to the Dominion power grid.

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