SB 313-2_ Filed 01/28/2010, 09:39 Merritt

SENATE MOTION


MADAM PRESIDENT:

    I move
that Senate Bill 313 be amended to read as follows:

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        " (2) Allow a net metering customer to interconnect a facility that generates electricity from a renewable energy resource (as defined in IC 8-1-8.8-10).
        (3) Establish a maximum nameplate capacity for each net metering customer class for purposes of interconnecting a generating facility to an electric utility's distribution facility.
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    Page 1, line 15, delete "(2)" and insert " (4)".
    Page 2, line 2, delete "(kW)):" and insert " (kW)), require a net metering customer to pay all costs and fees associated with interconnecting the customer's net metering facility.".
    Page 2, delete lines 3 through 17, begin a new line block indented and insert:
        " (5) For net metering customers (other than residential customers that own and operate, and schools used for any grade from kindergarten through grade 12 that own and operate, a generating facility that has a nameplate capacity less than or equal to ten (10) kilowatts (kW)) that own and operate a generating facility that has a nameplate capacity less than or equal to two hundred (200) kilowatts (kW), provide the following for billing purposes:
            (A) Provide that if the amount of electricity generated during a billing cycle by the net metering customer and delivered to the electric utility exceeds the amount of electricity delivered during the same billing cycle by the electric utility to the net metering customer, the electric utility shall credit the difference between the amounts, measured in kilowatt hours, to the net metering customer in the next billing cycle.
            (B) Provide that any remaining credit determined under

clause (A) reverts to the utility:
                (i) at the end of each calendar year; and
                (ii) when the net metering customer becomes ineligible or otherwise stops participating in the electric utility's net metering tariff.
        (6) For net metering customers that own and operate a generating facility that has a nameplate capacity greater than two hundred (200) kilowatts (kW), provide that the kilowatt hours generated by a net metering customer and delivered to an electric utility may not exceed the kilowatt hours supplied by the electric utility to the net metering customer during a billing period.
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    Page 2, line 18, delete "(3)" and insert " (7)".
    (Reference is to SB 313 as printed January 26, 2010).

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Senator MERRITT


MO031301/DI 103
2010