Indiana - SB0430 - 2019

Elimination of net metering phase out. Eliminates provisions under which net metering (an arrangement under which an electric utility's customer who has equipment for the production of electricity and who intermittently supplies electricity from that equipment to the electric utility is credited for the electricity that the customer supplies to the electric utility) would be partially ended by 2032 and completely ended by 2047. Eliminates a limit on the aggregate amount of an electric utility's net metering facility nameplate capacity that can be made available for customers' participation in net metering. Provides instead that the net metering facility nameplate capacity that an electric utility makes available for customers' participation in net metering must be at least 3% of the electric utility's most recent summer peak load. Provides that, of the net metering facility nameplate capacity made available for customers' participation in net metering, 30% must be reserved for participation by residential customers and not more than 5% must be reserved for participation by customers that install net metering facilities that use organic waste biomass.

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Electricity Generation

Added On: 02-12-2019
Updated On: 01-13-2019
Status: Introduced
Primary Sponsor: J.D. Ford (Democratic)





Actions (4)

  • 01-14-2019 - First reading: referred to Committee on Utilities
  • 01-14-2019 - Authored by Senator Ford J.D.
  • 01-24-2019 - Senator Becker added as coauthor
  • 01-31-2019 - Senators Stoops and Alting added as coauthors

Sponsors (4)