BAKERSFIELD, California, May 13, 2014—CalCom Solar, a leader in transforming Ag energy liabilities into productive assets, will take part in the webinar “Recent Developments in DG Policy” on Thursday, May 22, 1 PM to 2 PM ET, hosted by the Solar Energy Industry Association (SEIA). CalCom Solar’s Vice President of Development, Nic Stover, joins the Senior Vice President of State Affairs for SEIA, Carrie Cullen Hitt, and Erin Stojan Ruccolo, the Director of Electricity Markets at Fresh Energy. This discussion will highlight the impacts and outlook of Aggregated Net Metering on businesses throughout CA.
“Prior to Aggregated Net Metering – also called Net Energy Metering Aggregation (NEMA) by PG&E – solar power generation was a good investment for many businesses in California,” notes Stover. “But for those with multiple meters/service points and/or location, the previous ‘one-solar-array for-each-meter’ requirement was a significant obstacle. But now, with the ability of Aggregated Net Metering to offset multiple meters via a single, centralized solar power system, a huge opportunity has opened up.”
Stover continues: “Most operations can see benefits, but the rules around Aggregated Net Metering tend to work most in favor of Ag operations. However, there are restrictions, limitations, and requirements that businesses need to understand and plan for in order to make the most of this unique and important opportunity.”
Please join Carrie, Erin, and Nic on Thursday, May 22, 1 PM to 2 PM ET, for this informative, fast-paced one-hour webinar that will also cover new solar programs in Minnesota, and legislative advancements in Net Metering—not only in California—but in Massachusetts and the Southeast.
About CalCom Solar. The founders of CalCom Solar have been in the solar energy industry for more than 35 years. But our true value-add for Ag customers comes from our deep expertise in Ag energy/water-use optimization. This allows us to generate the most precise Ag energy projections in the industry. For more information, please visit www.CalComSolar.com.