Trico files application to lower solar credits to its customers

Screen Shot 2015-03-04 at 8.14.11 AMBy David Wichner | Arizona Daily Star

Trico Electric Cooperative is proposing a reduction to the credits it pays customers for excess power created by rooftop solar-energy systems, saying solar customers need to pay more toward fixed system costs.

In a filing with the Arizona Corporation Commission, Trico has proposed lowering the rate at which customers with existing rooftop solar systems are credited for power they generate beyond their usage, a process known as net metering. Trico has proposed lowering that rate to 3.7 cents per kilowatt hour, from 4.2 cents now.


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