Net metering is a billing system that allows rooftop owners having solar system installed at their rooftop to sell any excess electricity generated from solar system to local electricity utility
- Up to 1 MWp; with variation of 5%.
- 230 / 240V : upto 8 kWp max.
- 400/ 415V (Three phase): Above 8 to 150 kWp max. in Metropolitian Area and 8 to 80 kWp in Other Areas
- 11 kV and Above Level : Above 150 to 1000kWp max. in Metropolitian Area and 80 to 1000 kWp in Other Areas
- 100% of your Sanctioned Load1
- Cumulative capacity of all solar systems installed in your area shall not exceed 40% of distribution transformer capacity2 in your area. The solar PV installation beyond 40% of DTC rated capacity may be allowed upon consideration of detailed load study on particular DTC.
- The HT consumers (11 KV and above) may install and connect Rooftop Solar PV systems at their LT bus bar System provided that, in such cases, the Net Meter shall be installed on the HT side of the Transformer
- Self ownership (CAPEX3 model)
- Third party ownership (RESCO4 model)
- Annual (April to March)
- Any unadjusted electricity credits shall be paid as per the rates notified by MERC.
- MSEDCL shall, within 7 working days of the completion of the feasibility study, convey its approval for installing the Roof-top Solar PV System. The approval shall be valid for a period of 6 months from the date of approval, or such extended period as may be agreed to by the MSEDCL.
- MSEDCL shall complete the testing and commissioning of the System within 10 working days from receipt of testing and commissioning request, and shall install the Net Metering equipment and synchronise the Roof-top Solar PV System within 10 working days thereafter.