Fpl Interconnection Agreement

Net Metering is a program that allows customers to connect approved renewable generation systems to the electricity grid and supply them with electricity to avoid purchasing this energy from their energy supplier. If a customer`s system produces excess energy (but less than that provided by FPL), this amount is deducted from FPL with the Net Metering agreement before being billed. If the customer generates more electricity than he receives, the excess money will be applied to the customer`s electricity bill next month. At the end of each calendar year, all remaining kWH in your bank will be credited to your account at the average annual cost of creation. Battery storage systems installed without a renewable production system and intended for use as an emergency backup can be charged from the electrical grid. No interconnection agreement is required. However, as with the customer`s backup generators, the customer is responsible for ensuring that the battery current is not reintroduced into the network to avoid a risk to the safety of workers or the public. The customer assumes responsibility for the use of such battery systems. FPL works closely with customers and contractors to ensure safe and efficient connections for renewable energy such as solar panels.

Customers with renewable network production can participate in FPL`s Net Metering program. The objective of the net measurement is to balance all or part of the customer`s energy consumption on the customer`s indexed service account. Facilities should not be sized so that the energy generated by the renewable generator is likely to exceed 115% of the customer`s annual kWh consumption. Accumulator that is permanently connected to the electricity provider Customers must inform FPL about battery systems installed without a renewable production system and designed to be powered by the grid and connected to the grid. FPL should develop a standard interactive beat storage application to gather information about these facilities. If a customer does not intend to export electricity to the electricity grid, no interconnection agreement is required. Customers with systems over 10 kW (usually non-residential) must follow the corresponding application process and an interconnection contract, including a connection fee. Connection costs depend on the size of your solar installation. In addition, FPL customers who wish to install and operate solar installations sufficiently sized for the power supply of their electric cars and for the largest or total electricity needs of 10 KW to 100 KW must choose the Tier 2 category for their connection agreements.

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