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" (2) Allow a net metering customer to interconnect a facility
that generates electricity through any of the following
(A) Organic waste biomass from the following sources:
(i) Dedicated energy crops and trees.
(ii) Agricultural food and feed crop residues.
(iii) Aquatic plants.
(iv) Animal wastes.
(v) Other organic waste, including organic waste
composted through aerobic or anaerobic digestion
(E) Hydroelectric facilities at dams existing before January
(F) Hydrogen produced from a resource or technology
described in clauses (A) through (E).
(3) Provide that a net metering customer is not required to
own the generating facility that the net metering customer
(4) Allow a net metering customer to interconnect to an
electric utility's distribution facility a generating system that
does not exceed the lesser of:
(A) the customer's electric load; or
(B) two (2) megawatts.
(5) Provide that an electric utility may not limit the aggregate
amount of net metering facility nameplate capacity.
(6) Provide the following for billing purposes:
(A) Require an electric utility to use a kilowatt hour to
kilowatt hour ratio of one to one (1:1) when calculating a
credit under clause (B).
(B) 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.
(C) Provide that any remaining credit determined under
clause (B) reverts to the 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
(ii) when the net metering customer becomes ineligible or
otherwise stops participating in the electric utility's net
(7) Require an electric utility to provide to a net metering
customer electric service at rates that are:
(A) nondiscriminatory; and
(B) identical to rates provided to a customer other than a
net metering customer with respect to structure,
components, charges, terms, and choice of tariff.
(8) Define net metering as a methodology under which
electricity that is:
(A) generated by or on behalf of a net metering customer;
(B) delivered to an electric utility's distribution facility;
may be used to offset electricity provided by the electric utility
to the net metering customer during an applicable billing
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Page 2, line 22, delete "consider" and insert " consider:
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(2) the need to amend the interconnection rules adopted by
the commission and codified at 170 IAC 4-4.3
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Page 2, line 26, after "(b)" insert " and nonemergency rules
adopted by the commission under IC 4-22-2
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Page 2, line 41, delete "(b) or (c)." and insert " (b), (c), or (d).
Page 3, line 2, delete "(f)" and insert " (g)
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Page 3, line 7, delete "(g)" and insert " (h)
(Reference is to SB 313 as printed January 26, 2010.)