In accordance with the decision approved by the Commission, SDG&E is required to collect the installation contracts of the electricity reception contracts, leased systems or customer-specific systems on the interconnection portal and transmit them to the Energy Division on request. The SDG&E may not use the information contained in the contracts collected for purposes other than those expressly approved by the Executive Director of the Commission or his representative. The proposed new TOU. The agreement has three tariff periods; On-peak, peak and peak super-off. Basically, they will charge you more money if you need it and give you very little credit if your solar system produces the largest amount of energy. Do nothing. We have contacted representatives of SDG&E and have been assured that nothing to do is all you need to do. Many of our teams here at ASI have solar systems in our homes and we say the same to our team members. The time of your current NEM 1.0 contract is the best decision you can make on your solar investment. *A solar energy supplier is defined in (D.) 18-09-044 as a seller, contractor, installer or financing unit that has entered into a purchase agreement for the purchase of electricity, lease or purchased solar installation.
The criteria for signing installation agreements differ between the solar installer and the solar installer. Therefore, no type of matching signature is required between the necessary documents. If the name on the contract, the consumer guide and the NEM contract is not identical in the three documents, it is necessary to explain the relationship between the parties who sign any document uploaded to the consumer manual. .