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Net Metering

What is Net Metering and how does it work at Heber Light & Power?
Net Metering measures the net difference between the energy that a customer consumes from the grid and the excess energy that a customer sends back onto the grid when their renewable energy generation exceeds the amount of energy that their home or business is using. Net Metering enables customers to produce and use their own renewable energy, and also rely on the utility to provide energy when their own systems are not generating.

Heber Light & Power's Net Metering Policy allows for any excess electricity that is generated by the customer to be banked as a credit towards their future energy usage until the end of the calendar year. At the close of each calendar year, the Company will pay for any unused kilowatt hours at the customer's retail rate.

It is important to note that Net Metering Customers will continue to receive a monthly electric bill. Credits for kilowatt hours will not reduce the Monthly Base Customer Charge that all customers pay. This charge reflects the Company's fixed costs associated with infrastructure, operation and maintenance of the system, and administrative charges. The monthly bill will show the amount of energy, if any, that the customer is being billed for and the kilowatt hours that the customer has in their bank. It is the customer's responsibility to use their own monitoring system to track the production of their generation facility.


Feed-in Tariff Solar Projects

Heber Light & Power's Net Metering Policy
As of May 2016, Heber Light & Power has updated its Net Metering Policy.

Residential and Small General Service customers who wish to generate renewable energy at their home or business may apply for the Net Metering Program. The renewable generation resource must be sized to be the lesser of 90% of the customer's two year average usage or 15 kilowatts for Residential Customers or 25 kilowatts for Small General Service Customers.

Potential Net Metering customers must complete Net Metering Orientation with a HL&P employee as part of the application process. Solar Contractors must complete a training in order to be eligible to install net metering eligible PV Systems. Interested customers are encouraged to review the Company's Net Metering Policy and Application.

Medium and Large General Service customers are eligible for the Feed-in Tariff Program.


Net Metering Solar Projects
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Heber Light & Power
31 South 100 West
Heber, UT 84032
Office (435) 654-1581
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