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Más información sobre el programa de Medición Net Energy

Los usuarios de SCE que generan su propia electricidad, tienen un sistema generador de energía renovable conectado a nuestro sistema (interconectado) y cumplen con los requisitos del programa califican para nuestra opción tarifaria Net Energy Metering o NEM (Medición de Energía Neta). La opción NEM te permite recibir un crédito por el excedente de energía que suministres a la red eléctrica. Este crédito será luego aplicado a tu factura eléctrica para cubrir todos o partes de los costos de la energía que consumes todos los meses.

Más información

Formularios y Documentos NEM

Preguntas Frecuentes sobre NEM

 

 

Cómo funciona el programa NEM

En pocas palabras, si tu pequeño sistema de energía renovable genera más energía en kilovatios-hora que la energía que consumes, la opción NEM te permite recibir un crédito por la electricidad excedente que envías a la red eléctrica. Es sólo una forma más de obtener beneficios del consumo de energía renovable.

 

Programas NEM

Para calificar para el programa NEM, tu sistema debe tener el tamaño correspondiente a tu consumo histórico de electricidad y no puede exceder 1,000 kilovatios. SCE ofrece varios programas NEM:

Standard NEM (NEM Estándar)

Para los usuarios de SCE que instalan un sistema de energía renovable que utilice:

  • Tecnología solar fotovoltaica
  • Energía eólica
  • Celdas de combustible1
  • Biogás
  • Biomasa
  • Gas digestor
  • Energía geotérmica
  • Energía hidroeléctrica hasta 30 MW2
  • Gas de vertedero
  • Conversión de desechos sólidos municipales3
  • Energía térmica oceánica
  • Undimotriz (olas del océano)
  • Energía termosolar
  • Mareomotriz

Fuel Cell NEM (NEM para celdas de combustible)

Para los usuarios de SCE en una tarifa Time-of-Use o TOU (según la hora de consumo) que:

  • Instalen un sistema con tecnología que según la CPUC logra reducir las emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero de conformidad con la subdivisión (b) de la Sección 2827.10 del Código de Servicios Públicos (PU);
  • Cumplan con los requisitos de emisión para tener acceso a fondos según lo establecido en la subdivisión (c) de la Sección 379.6 del Código de Servicios Públicos; e
  • Inicien las operaciones a más tardar el 1 de enero de 2015.

Virtual Net Metering o VNM (Medición Neta Virtual)

Bajo Virtual Net Metering, el propietario u operador de una propiedad multifamiliar establece el porcentaje de la producción total medida del generador o generadores que se asignará a la cuenta de servicio de cada inquilino, llamada “Cuenta Beneficiaria”.

NEM with a Paired Energy Storage Device (NEM con dispositivo asociado de almacenamiento de energía)

Aplica para un generador elegible a NEM que tenga un dispositivo de almacenamiento de energía integrado o directamente conectado (p. ej., una batería) bajo el mismo medidor de facturación.

NEM Aggregation (Consolidación NEM)

Un cliente-generador elegible que tenga varios medidores puede optar por consolidar la carga de electricidad de los medidores ubicados en la propiedad en la que se encuentra la Instalación Generadora de Energía Renovable y en las propiedades contiguas o adyacentes a dicha propiedad, con la condición de que el cliente-generador elegible sea el único dueño, arrendatario o inquilino de todas las propiedades en cuestión. Bajo NEM Aggregation, la instalación generadora de energía renovable debe tener un tamaño que no exceda la carga anual de todas las cuentas consolidadas de la propiedad, y debe tener una capacidad generadora total que no exceda un megavatio (MW).

1 Para calificar para Standard NEM, un sistema de celdas de combustible debe alimentarse exclusivamente de combustible renovable.
2 Una “pequeña instalación hidroeléctrica” no califica como instalación generadora de energía renovable si causa un impacto adverso en los usos beneficiosos del curso de agua o si causa un cambio en el volumen o en el ritmo del caudal.
3 La “conversión de desechos sólidos” elegible se define de conformidad con la Sección 25741(b)(3) del Código de Recursos Públicos.

Más información

¿Tienes preguntas sobre tu solicitud NEM? Consulta las Preguntas frecuentes

Documentos NEM y más información

Cómo comenzar

Los instaladores del sistema generalmente preparan y presentan las solicitudes de NEM en tu nombre porque se requiere documentación técnica del sistema. Deberás firmar un Acuerdo de Interconexión NEM. Aquí encontrarás una lista con los documentos necesarios para la solicitud NEM

Clases gratuitas

SCE ofrece Talleres Solares Comerciales y Eventos de Conexión Solar GRATUITOS como parte del programa California Solar Initiative o CSI (Iniciativa Solar de California).
Encuentra información sobre el calendario y preinscripción
Encuentra la lista de instaladores de tu zona

Más información

¿Tienes preguntas sobre tu solicitud NEM? Consulta las Preguntas Frecuentes

NEM 1.0 Programs

Standard NEM 1.0

The NEM program uses a bi-directional meter to track the "net" difference between the amount of electricity you produce and the amount of electricity you consume during each billing period. This can be accomplished on a cumulative basis or on a time-of-use basis, depending upon your rate schedule.

As a Residential/Small Commercial NEM customer, you will continue to receive monthly bills, but only for non-energy related charges such as taxes and fees. On an annual basis, you will be billed for electricity based on your net use for the previous year – for example, the amount of electricity you used minus the amount you generated. Large Commercial/Industrial NEM Customers will continue to receive monthly bills, which will require payment of the monthly non-energy related charges (taxes and standard billing fees) and “Net” energy charges.

For SCE customers who install renewable energy system using:

 
  • Solar Photovoltaic
  • Wind
  • Fuel Cell1
  • Biogas
  • Biomass
  • Digester Gas
  • Geothermal
  • Hydroelectric up to 30 MW2
  • Landfill Gas
  • Municipal Solid Waste Conversion3
  • Ocean Thermal
  • Ocean Wave
  • Solar Thermal
  • Tidal Current

 

1 To qualify for standard NEM, a fuel cell system must be powered solely with renewable fuel. 
2 A “small hydroelectric” generating facility is not an eligible renewable generating facility if it will cause an adverse impact on in stream beneficial uses or cause a change in the volume or timing of stream flow.
3 Qualifying “solid waste conversion” is defined pursuant to Public Resources Code Section 25741(b)(3).

NEM 1.0 with a Paired Energy Storage Device

For an NEM eligible generator that has an integrated or directly connected energy storage device (e.g., a battery) behind the same revenue meter.

NEM 1.0 Aggregation

An eligible NEM customer-generator with multiple meters can elect to aggregate the electrical load of the meters located on the property where the Renewable Electrical Generating Facility is located and on all property adjacent or contiguous to that property, provided those properties are all solely owned, leased or rented by the eligible customer-generator. Under NEM Aggregation, the renewable generating facility must be sized to not exceed the annual on-site load of all the aggregated accounts and must have a total generating capacity of not more than one megawatt (MW).

Fuel Cell NEM

For SCE customers on a Time-of-Use (TOU) rate who:

  • Install a system using technology that the CPUC has determined will achieve reductions in emissions of greenhouse gases pursuant to subdivision (b) of PU Code § 2827.10, and
  • Meets the emission requirements for eligibility for funding set forth in subdivision (c) of PU Code Section 379.6, and
  • Commence operation on or before January 1, 2015.

 

Virtual Net Metering (VNM) 1.0

Virtual Net Metering (VNM) allows energy produced by a renewable generating facility to be credited to individual tenant and/or common area utility accounts.

We offer two VNM options: Schedule NEM-V (Virtual Net Energy Metering for Multi-Tenant and Multi-Meter Properties) and Schedule MASH-VNM (Multifamily Affordable Solar Housing Virtual Net Metering). Schedule NEM-V is available to an owner or operator of a multi-tenant, multi-meter property where the owner or operator elects to allocate a percentage of the total metered output of a renewable generating facility to service accounts that are located behind the same Service Delivery Point (SDP) as the renewable generating facility, which are referred to as “Benefitting Accounts”1. Schedule MASH-VNM is available to owners or operators of multifamily affordable housing properties where tenants are individually metered by us. Solar energy produced by the solar generating facility is credited to common area and/or tenant service accounts, as designated by the owner or operator, that are located at the same income-qualified residential complex as the solar generating facility.

Learn more about VNM 1.0

 

1 SDP is as defined in SCE’s Rule 16, where SCE's Service Facilities are connected to either the Owner or Operator’s conductors or other service termination facility designated and approved by SCE. Customer-owned line extensions that deliver power to other meters on the same property are not considered separate SDPs.

 

General Market

The NEM-V Rate Schedule allows energy produced by a renewable generating facility to be credited to individually metered tenants who are connected at the same service delivery point1

1 For purposes of VNM service the Service Delivery Point (SDP) is defined as the point where the distribution extension line drops from the utility’s primary distribution lines to deliver power to the customer. Extension lines that deliver power to other meters on the property are not considered separate service delivery points.

The combined capacity of generator(s) is limited to the cumulative coincident peak load of all Benefitting Accounts.

Multifamily Affordable Solar Housing (MASH)

The Multifamily Affordable Solar Housing (MASH) program, part of the California Solar Initiative (CSI), is designed to subsidize PV systems in multifamily housing which will offset electricity loads and provide economic benefits for housing property owners and managers as well as building tenants. Learn More about the MASH program.

The MASH-VNM Rate Schedule allows MASH program participants to apply the credits from a single solar system to multiple accounts at an eligible low income building.

NEM 1.0 – Military (Senate Bill 83)

On February 10, 2016, SCE’s Advice Letter 3282-E “Tariff Modifications Necessary to Implement the NEM Provisions of Senate Bill (SB) 83 for the U.S. Armed Forces” was approved by the California Public Utilities Commission with an effective date of November 1, 2015.

SB 83 expanded the definition of an NEM Eligible Customer-Generator to include an establishment under the jurisdiction of the United States Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps or Coast Guard (hereinafter referred to as an “Armed Forces base or facility”) when using a renewable electrical generation facility (REGF), or a combination of those facilities, with a total capacity that does not exceed the lesser of (a) 12 megawatts (MW) or (b) 1 MW greater than the minimum load of the Armed Forces base or facility over the prior 36 months.

The statute includes the following additional provisions, which are applicable only to NEM Eligible Customer-Generators as newly defined under Section 2827(b)(4)(C):

  • The REGF must be located on premises owned, leased or rented by the Armed Forces base or facility, be interconnected and operate in parallel with the electrical grid, and be intended primarily to offset part or all of the Armed Forces base or facility’s own electrical requirements.
  • Unless prohibited by federal law, a REGF shall not be eligible for NEM for privatized military housing if the REGF was procured using a sole source process. A REGF procured using best value criteria, if otherwise eligible, may be used for NEM for privatized military housing.
  • The Armed Forces base or facility shall not receive compensation for exported generation.
  • Notwithstanding paragraph (2) of subdivision (e) of Section 2827,2 an electrical corporation shall be afforded a prudent but necessary time, as determined by the executive director of the California Public Utilities Commission (Commission or CPUC) but not less than 60 working days, to study the impacts of a request for interconnection of an REGF with a capacity greater than 1 MW.
  • If the study reveals the need for upgrades to the transmission or distribution system arising solely from the interconnection, the electrical corporation shall be afforded the time necessary to complete those upgrades before the interconnection and the costs of those upgrade projects shall be borne by the NEM Eligible Customer-Generator.
  • Upgrade projects shall comply with applicable state and federal requirements, including requirements of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). For any REGF that interconnects directly to the transmission grid or that requires transmission upgrades, the Armed Forces base or facility shall comply with all FERC interconnection procedures and requirements.
  • An electrical corporation shall make a tariff, approved by the Commission, available to implement these new NEM provisions for an Armed Forces base or facility by November 1, 2015.

 

For questions regarding the NEM Provisions of Senate Bill 83 for the United States Armed Forces, please email NetEnergyMeteringCustomerEngagement@sce.com.

Additional Information

Have Questions about your NEM application? See FAQs

Metering & Rates

For NEM customers, SCE provides a meter capable of measuring energy flow in two directions, known as a bi-directional meter. SCE will reprogram (Smart meters can be programmed to be bi-directional) or swap your meter as needed at no charge within 30 working days of receiving a complete NEM application, or apply a credit based on estimated generation during any delay.

Net Energy Metering and Transition Period

The current Net Energy Metering 1.0 programs will be closed to new customers in the next year, either on July 1, 2017 or earlier if SCE reaches its NEM program limit of 5 percent of SCE’s aggregated customer peak demand (currently set at 2,240MW and reviewed annually each October 1).

Customers who are already participating in an NEM program (i.e., Net Energy Metering (NEM), Virtual Net Energy Metering for Multi-Tenant and Multi-Meter Properties (NEM-V), Multifamily Affordable Solar Housing Virtual Net Metering (MASH-VNM), or NEM Aggregation) will be allowed to continue taking service on their current program for a transition period of up to 20 years before they will be transitioned to the successor tariff.

Note: The transition to a new successor tariff is directed by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), pursuant to Assemble Bill 327 and CPUC Decision 14-03-041.

NEM Successor Tariff (NEM 2.0) Application Documents

In accordance with Resolution E-4792, SCE is making the NEM Successor Tariff ("NEM 2.0") interconnection documents available effective September 1, 2016.

How to Apply for Interconnection under NEM 2.0
All NEM 2.0 Interconnection Applications must be submitted online using the NEM 2.0 Interconnection Online Application System. Please note that there are two concurrent NEM Interconnection Application online systems available (i.e., one for NEM 1.0 interconnection requests and another for NEM 2.0 interconnection requests). Please make sure that you are in the correct online application system.

Start the application process here: NEM 2.0 Interconnection Online Application System

The customer or applicant will be required to pay an interconnection fee. For an interconnection request where the total generating capacity is 1 MW or smaller, the fee is $75. For an interconnection request above 1 MW, the fee is $800.

Until an electronic payment option is available, interconnection fee payments must be paid via check made payable to Southern California Edison. An interconnection fee invoice with instructions for payment will be sent to the applicant once the application has been received.

Note, although SCE will accept and process NEM 2.0 interconnection requests prior to the date that NEM 2.0 is effective in our service territory, SCE will not be able to issue a Permission to Operate for these generating facilities until the earlier of SCE hitting its 2,240 megawatt (MW) NEM 1.0 cap or July 1, 2017.

Interconnection Documents

Customers interconnecting a NEM 2.0 generating facility sized >1 MW must enter into one of the following interconnection agreements, as applicable:

  • Form 14-971, Multifamily Affordable Solar Housing Virtual Net Metering and Generating Facility Interconnection Agreement for Generating Facilities Sized Greater Than One Megawatt
  • Form 14-972, Generating Facility Interconnection Agreement for Multiple Tariffs Using a NEM-ST Generating Facility Sized Greater Than One Megawatt
  • Form 14-973, Virtual Net Energy Metering For Multi-Tenant and Multi-Meter Properties Interconnection Agreement For Generating Facilities Sized Greater Than One Megawatt
  • Form 14-974, Southern California Edison Company Net Energy Metering and Renewable Electrical Generating Facility Sized Greater Than One Megawatt Interconnection Agreement

Customers interconnecting a NEM 2.0 generating facility sized ≤1 MW must enter into one of the following interconnection agreements, as applicable:*

  • Form 14-653, Multifamily Affordable Solar Housing Virtual Net Metering and Generating Facility Interconnection Agreement for Generating Facilities Sized One Megawatt and Smaller
  • Form 14-773, Generating Facility Interconnection Agreement Multiple Tariffs
  • Form 14-909, Virtual Net Energy Metering for Multi-Tenant and Multi-Meter Properties Interconnection Agreement for Generating Facilities Sized One Megawatt and Smaller
  • Form 14-923, Southern California Edison Company Net Energy Metering Solar and Wind Generating Facility 10 Kilowatt or Less Interconnection Agreement
  • Form 16-344, Southern California Edison Company Net Energy Metering and Renewable Electrical Generating Facility Interconnection Agreement for Generating Facilities Sized One Megawatt and Smaller

*There is no benefit for customers with generating facilities sized ≤1 MW to apply early for the Successor Tariff. Instead, customers should apply for service under NEM 1.0 using the online application system.

The following additional forms may apply depending on the interconnection request:

  • Form 14-654, Multifamily Affordable Solar Housing Virtual Net Metering Allocation Request Form
  • Form 14-910, Virtual Net Energy Metering for Multi-Tenant and Multi-Meter Properties (NEM-V and NEMV-ST) Allocation Request Form
  • Form 14-912, NEM Customer-Generator Warranty That It Meets The Requirements For An Eligible Customer-Generator And Is An Eligible Renewable Electrical Generating Facility Pursuant To Section 2827 or Section 2827.1 Of The California Public Utilities Code
  • Form 14-937, Net Energy Metering Aggregation Account Information
  • Form 556, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) Certification of Qualifying Facility (QF) Status for a Small Power Production or Cogeneration Facility

Direct Access Customer Eligibility

As of June 23, 2013, Direct Access (DA) customers are eligible to request and receive service on our Net Energy Metering (NEM) rate schedule.

Prior to June 23, 2013, DA customers were only eligible to receive monthly Generation credits from their ESP, if offered. Now, DA customers are also eligible to receive monthly Delivery Service energy credits, when applicable, from us. However, DA customers remain ineligible to receive net surplus compensation (NSC) from us at the end of their NEM Relevant Period.

In order for a DA customer to be served on our NEM tariff and receive Delivery Service credits from us, their ESP must also offer an NEM rate - which will be verified by our Customer Choice Services (CCS) organization.

DA Service Accounts with NEM Interconnection Agreements approved after June 23, 2013 will be placed on Schedule NEM effective with the date that Permission to Operate is issued and/or metering upgrades are completed.

DA Service Accounts that installed NEM-eligible generating facilities prior to June 23, 2013 must submit a rate change request to be placed on our NEM tariff. After ESP approvals and/or metering upgrades are completed, our NEM tariff will be established on a going forward basis from the approval date of the rate change request. Any applicable Delivery Service credits will be calculated and applied by us on our monthly billing statement. Similarly, any applicable Generation credits will be calculated and applied by the ESP on their monthly billing statement.

For additional information, please call us at 1-800-799-4723.

Clientes de Direct Access (Acceso Directo)

A partir del 23 de junio de 2013, los clientes de Direct Access (DA) califican para solicitar y recibir servicio bajo nuestro esquema tarifario Net Energy Metering (NEM).

Antes del 23 de junio de 2013, los clientes DA sólo calificaban para recibir créditos de Generación mensual de su Proveedor de Servicios Eléctricos (ESP), si se les ofrecían. Actualmente, los clientes DA también califican para recibir créditos de energía mensuales de Servicio de Suministro, cuando corresponda, de SCE. Sin embargo, los clientes DA siguen sin calificar para recibir compensación por excedente neto (NSC) de SCE al final de su Periodo Relevante NEM.

Para que un cliente DA reciba servicio bajo nuestra tarifa NEM y créditos de Servicio de Suministro de SCE, su ESP también debe ofrecer una tarifa NEM, la cual debe ser verificada por nuestra organización de Customer Choice Services (CCS).

Las Cuentas de Servicio DA con Acuerdos de Interconexión NEM aprobados después del 23 de junio de 2013 se colocarán en el Esquema NEM, con efectos en la fecha en que se emita el Permiso para operar y/o se completen las actualizaciones de medición.

Las Cuentas de servicio DA que hayan instalado instalaciones de generación elegibles para NEM antes del 23 de junio de 2013 deben presentar una solicitud de cambio de tarifa para que se les asigne nuestra tarifa NEM. Cuando se completen las aprobaciones de ESP y/o las actualizaciones de medición, nuestra tarifa NEM se establecerá en lo sucesivo a partir de la fecha de aprobación de la solicitud de cambio de tarifa. Calcularemos y aplicaremos los créditos de Servicio de Suministro que correspondan en nuestra facturación mensual. De manera similar, el ESP calculará y aplicará los créditos de Generación en su facturación mensual.

Para mayor información, por favor llámanos al 1-800-799-4723.

Net Energy Metering Cap Data

Net Energy Metering Cap Data

Legislation (Assembly Bill 327) passed in 2013 requires large electrical corporations to file a monthly report with the CPUC detailing the progress toward meeting the NEM program limit established in Public Utilities Code Section 2827. The information filed monthly with the CPUC is also posted below for reference purposes. The NEM program limit is currently set at five percent (5%) of each large electrical corporation's aggregate customer peak demand, and for SCE may never be lower than 2,240 MW.

Monthly AB 327 Net Energy Metering (NEM) Program Limit Report 1
Data updated as of April, 2016
Total Available MW Cap 2,240 MW 5% of 44,807 MW

Applications Received in April, 2016
(New requests for NEM interconnection)

#
4,693

MWs
43.8

N/A

Total NEM Applications in Queue April, 2016
(Total pending requests for NEM interconnection)

#
10,519

MWs
228.2

N/A

Cumulative NEM Installations2
(Projects approved for NEM interconnection)

#
177,778

MWs
1,390.5

N/A

NEM Installations and Applications in Queue
(Cumulative MW installed under NEM + NEM MW in Queue)

#
188,297

MWs
1,618.7

Percentage
3.61%

Remaining MW to Cap
(NEM Cap minus (Cumulative MW installed under NEM + NEM MW in Queue))

N/A

MWs
621.3

N/A

NOTES:

1The purpose of this report is to adhere to Public Utilities (PU) Code Section 2827(c)(4)(C), which directs each large electrical corporation to file a monthly report with the California Public Utilities Commission detailing the progress toward the NEM program limit. This report includes all systems either seeking interconnection or interconnected under the NEM program pursuant to PU Code Section 2827 (e.g., solar, wind, fuel cells using renewable fuels, etc.)

2Includes cumulative installations approved for NEM interconnection since NEM inception in 1996 (does not include systems that terminated NEM interconnection with the utility).

Option R Tariff

Effective January 1, 2015, the enrollment cap for Option R of Rate Schedules TOU-GS-2, TOU-GS-3 and TOU-8 was increased from 150 MW to 400 MW. As a result, customers meeting the eligibility requirements for Option R may now have their eligible accounts placed on this rate option after receiving written Permission to Operate (PTO) their Generating Facility from SCE. Customers cannot “reserve” capacity under the Option R enrollment cap prior to receiving PTO.

Customers receiving service under the TOU-8 Option A Special Solar Allowance may request to take service on Option R beginning January 1, 2015, and will not be subject to the 12-month requirement of Rule 12, Section D.2.a provided they transition prior to July 1, 2015.

Interested customers should work with their SCE Account Representative to receive an Option R rate analysis so that they can ascertain the how the rate option may impact them. Customers who request to move forward with receiving service on Option R should complete and submit Form CSD-179-A, Request for a Change of Rate Schedule to MCB SPOCs .

Additional Information

To qualify for Option R tariff, your account must meet the following eligibility criteria:

  • Account must have annual peak demands greater than 20 kilowatts (kW) but not exceeding 4 MW
  • Account must have an approved generating facility interconnected that is powered by solar, wind, fuel cells or other eligible onsite Renewable Distributed Generation Technologies as defined by the CSI or SGIP
  • Eligible generating facilities must have a net renewable generating capacity equal to or greater than 15 percent of the customer’s annual peak demand, as recorded over the previous 12 months
  • For customers without 12 months of demand data, SCE will determine the annual peak demand once the customer has three months of demand data
  • Account must qualify for service under Rate Schedules TOU-GS-2, TOU-GS-3 or TOU-8
  • No other non-renewable generators on site
  • Permission to Operate (PTO) letter issued

Option R will be closed to new service accounts when the 400 megawatts (MW) enrollment cap is reached. After the 400 MW cap is reached, service accounts placed on Option R cannot increase the generation system size above what was previously approved. If the generation system size is increased, the account will be removed from Option R.

Below is the cumulative total.

Option R Tariff
(As of September 8, 2016)
Approved to Transition to Option R Tariff (MW) Available Megawatts
231.93 168.07

Medición y tarifas

Para los clientes NEM, SCE proporciona un medidor que mide el flujo de energía en dos direcciones, conocido como medidor bidireccional. SCE reprogramará (los medidores inteligentes pueden programarse para ser bidireccionales) o cambiará tu medidor, según sea necesario, en forma gratuita, dentro de los 30 días hábiles de recibir una solicitud NEM completa o bien se aplicará un crédito basado en la generación calculada durante la demora en cuestión.

 

Información sobre el límite de Net Energy Metering

Información sobre el límite de Net Energy Metering

La legislación (Proyecto de Ley 327 de la Asamblea o AB 327) aprobada en 2013 exige que las grandes empresas eléctricas presenten un informe mensual a la CPUC, en el cual consignen incrementos hacia el límite del programa NEM establecido en la Sección 2827 del Código de Servicios Públicos. La información presentada mensualmente a la CPUC también se publica a continuación con fines de referencia. El límite del programa NEM está actualmente establecido al cinco por ciento (5%) de la demanda máxima del total de usuarios de cada empresa eléctrica grande, y para SCE nunca puede ser inferior a 2,240 MW.

Informe mensual sobre el límite del programa Net Energy Metering (NEM) para AB 3271
Información actualizada al 30 de septiembre de 2014
Total de Límite de MW Disponible 2,240 MW 5% of 44,807 MW
Solicitudes recibidas en septiembre de 2014
(Nuevas solicitudes de interconexión NEM)
#
2,363
MWs
20.8
 
Total de solicitudes NEM en espera al 30 de septiembre de 2014
(Total de solicitudes de interconexión NEM pendientes)
#
6,199
MWs
82.9
 
Instalaciones NEM acumuladas2
(Proyectos de interconexión NEM aprobados)
#
95,105
MWs
820.0
 
Instalaciones y solicitudes NEM en espera
(MW acumulados instalados bajo NEM + MW NEM en espera)
#
101,304
MWs
902.9
Porcentaje
2.02%
MW disponibles hasta el límite (Límite NEM menos)
(MW acumulados instalados bajo NEM + MW NEM en espera)
  MWs
1,337.1
 

NOTAS:

1El objetivo de este informe es cumplir con la Sección 2827(c)(4)(C) del Código de Servicios Públicos (PU), el cual dispone que las grandes empresas eléctricas deben presentar un informe mensual a la Comisión de Servicios Públicos de California (California Public Utilities Commission) en el cual consignen incrementos hacia el límite del programa NEM. Este informe incluye a todos los sistemas, tanto los que se proponga interconectar como los que se encuentren interconectados bajo el programa NEM de conformidad con la Sección 2827 del Código PU (p. ej., energía solar, energía eólica, celdas de combustible que utilicen combustibles renovables, etc.).

2Incluye instalaciones acumuladas aprobadas para interconexiones NEM desde el comienzo del programa NEM en 1996 (no incluye sistemas que interrumpieron la interconexión de NEM con la compañía).

Option R Tariff

Option R Tariff (Tarifa Opción R)

La capacidad total para Option R Tariff es 150 megavatios (MW). Al 12 de octubre de 2013, el límite acumulativo de 150 MW para Option R fue totalmente suscrito y cerrado. Esto significa que Option R no se encuentra disponible para ninguna cuenta de servicio nueva, y que ninguna cuenta de servicio a la que actualmente se aplique Option R puede aumentar el tamaño del sistema de generación en exceso del que se aprobó previamente. Si aumenta el tamaño del sistema de generación, la cuenta se eliminará de Option R dado que dejará de ser elegible.

Option R Tariff
Aprobado para transferirse a Option R Tariff (MW) Megavatios disponibles
150.00 0

TOU-8 Special Solar Allowance

TOU-8 Special Solar Allowance (Asignación Solar Especial de la Tarifa TOU-8)
  • Se estableció para TOU-8 Option A y se limita a los usuarios que instalan generación solar y que de otro modo calificarían para TOU-8 Option R.
  • Se fija un límite de 50 MW para que los usuarios que de otro modo califican para TOU-8 Option R reciban servicio bajo TOU-8 Option A.
  • Option A no tiene cargos por demanda vinculada a la hora y tiene un cargo por demanda vinculada a las instalaciones.

No emitimos reservaciones de tarifa TOU-8 Option A antes de otorgar a los usuarios un Permiso para Operar (PTO). Cuando los usuarios reciben un PTO de SCE, pueden solicitar la tarifa TOU-8 Option A a través de la presentación de un formulario de solicitud de Cambio de Tarifa.

Más información

Para calificar para la tarifa TOU-8 Option A (Asignación Solar), la cuenta debe cumplir con los siguientes criterios de elegibilidad:

  • Demanda superior a 500 kW pero que no exceda 4 MW
  • La cuenta califica para la tarifa TOU-8
  • La cuenta tiene 12 meses de historia activa
  • Para los usuarios que no tengan 12 meses de información sobre su demanda, SCE determinará la demanda máxima anual cuando el usuario tenga tres meses de información sobre demanda
  • Generador renovable elegible instalado en la propiedad con una capacidad neta del 15% o más de la demanda máxima anual del usuario registrada durante los últimos 12 meses
  • Las expansiones o aumentos del sistema de generación no pueden exceder el límite acumulativo de 50 MW. La cuenta se eliminará de la Option A si el sistema de generación aumenta por encima del tamaño previamente aprobado para el sistema de generación cuando se haya alcanzado y cerrado el límite de 50 MW
  • No hay otro generador no renovable en la propiedad
  • Emisión de carta de Permiso para Operar (Permission to Operate o PTO)
  • Haya solicitado el cambio de tarifa. A los solicitantes que califiquen se les darán 15 días calendario desde la fecha en la que SCE apruebe su elegibilidad para inscribirse en la tarifa Option A, a través de la presentación de un formulario de Solicitud de Cambio de Tarifa.

 

TOU-8 Option A Tariff
(Al 3 de julio de 2014)
Aprobado para transferirse a Option A Tariff (MW) Megavatios disponibles
5.36 44.64
Visor de contenido web (JSR 286)