‘We’re not anti-solar’: California’s controversial NEM 3.0 welcomed by residential ESS providers
California’s proposed net metering programme has proved controversial, but residential battery storage providers Neovolta and sonnen have greeted it warmly. Net metering has been around in the state since 1996. It offers an above market rate retail tariff for residential solar PV exports to California’s CAISO grid but the current iteration, NEM 2.0, is due to close in April.
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