SB 313-11_ Filed 01/28/2010, 10:56 Broden



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

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        " (4) For purposes of measuring electricity used and generated by a net metering customer, and upon the request of a net metering customer, require an electric utility to aggregate a meter to which the net metering customer's generating facility is physically attached and one (1) or more other meters, subject to the following requirements:
            (A) The additional meter is located on the property of the net metering customer.
            (B) The additional meter is used only to measure electricity consumed by the net metering customer.
            (C) The net metering customer must provide at least thirty (30) days notice of a meter to be included in the aggregation, including:
                (i) identification of the meter; and
                (ii) designation of the rank order of the meter for purposes of determining billing credits.
            (D) All charges applicable to a meter account, other than charges that:
                (i) use kilowatt hours as the billing determinant; and
                (ii) are subject to billing credits;
            must be billed to the net metering customer.
            (E) Provide for assignment of kilowatt hour billing credits to additional meters in rank order.
            (F) Provide that any remaining credit determined under clause (E) reverts to the electric utility:
                (i) on a rolling basis beginning in the billing cycle that occurs twelve (12) months after the billing cycle in which the net metering customer first generates excess kilowatt hours measured on the applicable meter; and
                (ii) when the net metering customer becomes ineligible or otherwise stops participating in the electric utility's net metering tariff.
            (G) Provide that a net metering customer that participates in meter aggregation is not required to have all aggregated meters on the same rate schedule.
    (Reference is to SB 313 as printed January 26, 2010.)


Senator BRODEN

MO031308/DI 103