Minister of Fire
- Sep 20, 2013
Looking to expand my 8 year old 5.4 kw solar system to cover a potential electric car and another heat pump. I am grandfathered in with my existing system for 20 years with 1 to 1 net metering. Eversource our local utility will only allow a sell all net metering setup for existing solar customers to expand. The rate is .29 kwh locked in for 20 years. Based off my production from my 5.4 kw system it seems an expansion will have a similar return on investment of around 6 years. Does anyone have a sell all net metering plan?
Additional solar generationIf you already have solar and are installing additional generation at your home, the new system will be separately metered and receive the Buy-All Incentive.
Connecticut Residential Solar Incentives
Learn how to offset the cost of the electricity you buy from Eversource with energy you generate with your home solar energy system.