My electric co. on learning curve too
Seems like my electric co is on a learning curve too! Hope they don,t dream up a lot of new charges too. Getting online with my GTI system was confusing as the electric co didn,t keep me updated very much as what was going on. Meter was changed about 3 weeks before I had system done. I got it inspected and contacted engineer 2 times that I was ready and he never returned my calls. So I called meter supervisor and he told me as far as he was concerned I could turn on my system. 1ST bill was wrong as thier software for online billing didn,t have provisions to put the info I needed for auto bill pay and they had to change to oldfashion statement billing. Didn,t receive bill in April for march meter reading so called last week. They told me they didn,t know how to bill me as I made more power than I used, so didn,t send bill. It is time for next bill. So today I got a bill with a bunch of whiteout erasiers and they added a bank and I have 59 Kw in my bank and they charged me $8.96 for a meter reading and billing fee per month which I feel is reasonable. Sure is a lot more efficient and cheaper than batterys and I can use my deepwell pump or how much power I want. Person I talked to told me I am a learning experience for them and they don,t have many solar customers but are starting to get lots of phone calls. Even the inspector I had never done a solar inspection. I read some of the horrow storys that some of you have getting your systems inspected and am starting to think I am kind of lucky that I got my system passed and am glad I did a lot of research on solar. I even had to keep the electrician on track as there seemed to be lots he didn,t know about DC. So since I got it to pass I think I will leave sleeping dogs lie. S:Dlar vic.
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