Here are the facts:
While many details are still in flux, we expect the CPUC’s acceptance of final rate proposals from PG&E and other utilities to come by year-end.
What does this mean, exactly?
- Peak time-of-use periods and rate dollar amounts are still in negotiation.
- All rates will flatten – the peak periods will get cheaper but the off-peak periods will be increasing by up to 20%.
- This change does not affect 20-year NEM (dollar-for-dollar) grandfathering for solar customers. All energy users will be impacted by these changes, not just solar users. However, it’s not too late to hop on.