Community Solar in NC is governed by House Bill 589 Session Law 2017-192. Each offering utility must file a plan with the Commission to offer a community solar energy facility program for participation by its retail customers. Each community solar faciity must have at least five subscribers and no single subscriber has more than a forty percent (40%) interest. Duke Progress and Duke Energy must make this available on a first-come first-served basis until the total nameplate generation of its community solar facilities is at least 40MW.
Community solar energy facility projects may have a nameplate capacity of no more than five megawatts (MW). Each subscription to the project shall be sized to represent at least 200 watts (W) of the community solar energy facility's generating capacity and to supply no more than one hundred percent (100%) of the maximum annual peak demand of electricity of each subscriber at the subscriber's premises. As a program participant, you will receive credits on your electric bill for the solar power produced by your subscription.
|Incentive Type:||Community Solar Rules|
|Eligible Renewable/Other Technologies:||
|Applicable Utilities:||Duke Energy Carolina's and Duke Energy Progress|
|System Capacity Limit:||<5 MW|
|Program Capacity Limit:||40 MW|
|Participant Credit Rate:||Avoided cost rate|
|Name:||SESSION LAW 2017-192 HOUSE BILL 589|
|Name:||ORDER ADOPTING RULE R8-72|
|Name:||Customer Service - Duke Energy|
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