Commission "non-objection" as a pilot project
Available to 1,500 customers. Customer homes will need to meet certain conditions including location, roof type, and roof direction. Customers receive a $30 month bill credit and pay for electricity as normal. All electricity generated by the rooftop system is fed back to the grid and resold by APS. APS will partner with Arizona installers to install systems.
10 MW: First stage 8 MW, Second stage 2 MW, coupled with distributed storage
Cost recovery through future rate cases (technically doesn't need APS approval) - decision allows APS to go forward but does NOT approve cost recovery
Strategic location of distributed solar for grid reliability: target specific distribution feeders
west and southwest orientation to align production with peak periods
APS cost cap of $25/kW and $28.5 million/year
Must maintain cost parity for existing 3rd party solar customers
Recommended stakeholder advisory group to set research goals: APS, ACC Staff, EPRI, RUCO, rooftop solar rep, university, etc
|Incentive Type:||Utility Rate Discount|
|Administrator:||Arizona Public Service Corporation|
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