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20.50.10.00.htm 20.50.10.00. Title 20 PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION Subtitle 50 SERVICE SUPPLIED BY ELECTRIC COMPANIES Chapter 10 Net Metering Authority: Public Utilities Article, §2-113, 2-121, 5-101, 5-303, and 7-306, Annotated Code of Maryland
20.50.10.01.htm 20.50.10.01. 01 General.. A. Net Energy Metering. An electric company shall provide net metering of electric service to eligible customer-generators using a meter capable of net energy metering until the rated generating capacity of all eligible customer-generators in the State reaches 1,500 megawatts.B. Maximum Size of Electric Generating System — Net Metering. An electric company may not provide net energy metering to an eligible customer-generator operating an electric g
20.50.10.02.htm 20.50.10.02. 02 Metering.. An electric company shall ensure that a meter installed for net energy metering is capable of measuring the flow of electricity in two directions.
20.50.10.03.htm 20.50.10.03. 03 Tariffs and Contracts.. A. An electric company shall offer net energy metering service to an eligible customer-generator under a Commission-approved standard contract or tariff.B. An electric company’s tariff or contract for net metering shall contain an energy rate, a rate structure, and any monthly charge identical to the monthly contract or tariff charge paid by a customer of the rate class in which the eligible customer-generator would be a member if they were not rece
20.50.10.04.htm 20.50.10.04. 04 Calculation of Net Energy.. A. Net Energy Calculation. An electric company shall calculate net energy in accordance with this regulation.B. Metering Net Energy — The electric company shall meter net energy produced or consumed on a regular basis in accordance with standard metering practice under this subtitle.C. Energy Usage Exceeds Generation — Billing. If the electricity used by an eligible customer-generator exceeds the electricity generated by the eligi
20.50.10.05.htm 20.50.10.05. 05 Net Excess Generation.. A. Generation Conversion ― Dollar Amount. An electric utility shall convert an eligible customer-generator’s net excess generation to a dollar amount according to this regulation.B. Conversion Calculation.. 1) Except as provided in §C of this regulation, an electric company shall convert net excess generation from kilowatt-hours to dollars by multiplying the net excess generation by the generation or commodity portion of the rate that the eligible custo
20.50.10.06.htm 20.50.10.06. 06 Safety Standards and Controls for Net Energy Metering.. An electric generating system used by an eligible customer-generator for net energy metering shall meet all applicable safety and performance standards incorporated by reference in COMAR 20.50.02.02.
20.50.10.07.htm 20.50.10.07. 07 Meter Aggregation.. A. When requested in writing by a qualified eligible customer-generator under §B of this regulation, an electric utility shall provide meter aggregation.B. Customers Qualifying for Aggregation. The following electric utility eligible customer-generators are qualified to request meter aggregation under §A of this regulation:1) An eligible customer-generator using electrical service for agriculture;. 2) An eligible customer-generator who is a not-for
20.50.10.08.htm 20.50.10.08. 08 Meter Aggregation Method.. A. This regulation applies to an eligible customer-generator qualifying for meter aggregation under Regulation .07 of this chapter.B. Virtual Meter Aggregation.. 1) If an aggregation qualified eligible customer-generator’s electrical services are not located close enough to physically interconnect metered service, the electric company shall sum the usage and excess generation of all applicable accounts on a kilowatt-hour basis over e
20.50.10.9999.htm 20.50.10.9999. Administrative History Effective date:. Regulations .01―04 and Regulations .06―08 adopted effective September 5, 2011 (38:18 Md. R. 1078). Regulation .05 adopted effective February 20, 2012 (39:3 Md. R. 260). Regulation .07B amended effective July 18, 2016 (43:14 Md. R. 780).
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