We Energies Owner Agreement
System owners must sign up for the distribution company`s «Energy for Tomorrow» program, a green power program that allows customers to pay an additional amount on their monthly bills to support renewable energy. We will use solar electricity purchased by customers using photovoltaic installations to provide some of the energy sold under the «Energy for Tomorrow» program. We Energies, a distribution company serving parts of Wisconsin and Michigan, offers to purchase electricity and renewable energy credits (RECs) that are generated by Wisconsin customers using qualified photovoltaic (PV) installations. As part of a 10-year contract, we acquire 100% of the power of the system at a rate of 22.5 cent¢ per kilowatt hour (kWh) for the electricity produced. Photovoltaic installations must have a rated power of at least 1.5 kilowatt (kW) and no more than 100 kW to be eligible. Customers will receive a monthly credit for UCs sold to We Energies and will receive a cheque if a net amount accumulated exceeds $100. Customers who participate in this program are not allowed to have a net meter. Online application information, the revised tariff sheet and other information on we Energies renewable energy programs can be found on the programme website above. The program, which was commissioned in October 2005, initially allowed customers to start participating until September 2008 or until they reached the installed photovoltaic capacity of a total of 500 kilowatts (kW). Allerdings erhielt We Energies die Zustimmung der Public Service Commission of Wisconsin fer eine Ausweitung ihres bestehenden Solarr-ckkaufsatzes mit wirkung zum 14.
May 2007. The cap has been increased to 1,000 kW and legitimate customers can register for this experimental rate until September 30, 2011 for a ten-year term. All other conditions of the program remain the same. Participating customers must comply with applicable national, government and local codes, rules and rules of the rules; We Energies` electrical service rules and rules; the requirements of the Wisconsin Administrative Code Chapter PSC 119; the agreement on the interconnection of distributed production of the state and the agreement on the power partnership program «Energy for Tomorrow». A second meter is needed to measure the power of a photovoltaic installation.