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What is Net Metering?

Net metering is the process of measuring the difference between the electricity supplied over the electric distribution system (by your utility company) and the electricity generated by an eligible on-site generator and fed back into the distribution system. Historically, the electric grid has been a series of one-way streets with power flowing from a power plant to your neighborhood, street, and eventually your home. However, the concept of net metering is changing the way poles and wires are used. Homeowners who generate more electricity than they need through home-installed solar, wind, or other systems can push that electricity back out through their meters as a surplus. The “net” in net metering refers to this process, where a customer’s overall account now reflects both the power being used and the amount of power being generated.

NEW! Our MyUnitil website now offers net metering historical data. Log in or set up an account to monitor your account(s), including credits that are applied to your future bills. 


 

Reading Your Meter

Your new meter will flash three separate numbers in succession, each followed by its own symbol: +W, -W, and NT. Learn more about what these three numbers are measuring

 

Requirements

The concept of net metering is changing the way poles and wires are used. Learn more about what is required by your state and local governments.

 

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We encourage our electric customers to generate their own renewable energy in parallel with our existing electric system and install renewable energy systems on their property.

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