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PG&E’s current NEM program is almost at capacity

The NEM Successor program is under development by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). NEM applicants take service from this program when PG&E reaches the NEM program cap.

PG&E files a monthly report with the CPUC in accordance with Public Utilities (PU) Code Section 2827(c)(4)(C). The NEM Program Limit Report provides the progress toward the NEM program limit. It includes systems that seek interconnection or are already interconnected under the NEM program.

Date updated as of Dec. 14, 2016QuantityCapacity (mW)Percentage
Total Available MW Cap2,409 MW5% of 48,177 MW
Applications Received in December 2016
(New requests for NEM interconnection)
2,86121.74 MW
Total NEM Applications in Queue²
(Total pending requests for NEM interconnection)
69072.55 MW
Cumulative NEM Installations³
(Projects approved for NEM interconnection)
289,2122,405.74 MW4.99%
NEM Installations and Pending Applications
(Cumulative MW installed under NEM + NEM MW in Queue)
290,5452,478.29 MW
Remaining MW to Cap
(NEM Cap minus Cumulative NEM Installations)
3.26 MW

 

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To apply for interconnection on a NEM successor tariff

For information on applying for a NEM successor tariff, download Net Energy Metering Successor Program Interconnection Application Forms (PDF, 188KB)PDF. Opens in new Window.

 

To request a Pre-Application Report

PG&E recommends requesting a pre-application before submitting an interconnection application. For more information, download PG&E’s Pre-Application Report Request (PDF, 113KB)

NEM Monthly Growth

These charts show monthly NEM installations that have received permission to operate from PGE. For the current month, the numbers reflect month-to-date.

NEM Program

2016

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

YTD

Total

Standard NEM*

#

6,385

5,531

6,615

5,743

6,311

6,305

5,570

6,543

5,608

6,283

 5,435 2,446

373.25

282,704

mW

34.48

29.20

35.43

30.70

33.27

33.55

29.69

35.85

31.20

35.43

 30.79 13.96

327.15

1,445.87

Other

#

81

65

98

89

81

85

82

117

88

105

 136 62

1,088

6,508

mW

15.50

10.40

17.98

20.24

20.23

18.32

16.29

21.72

22.25

26.13

 18.92 15.50

223.41

961.38

All

#

6,466

5,596

6,713

5,832

6,392

6,390

5,652

6,660

5,696

6,388

 5,571 2,508

69,835

289,212

 mW

49.98

39.60

53.42

50.94

53.50

51.87

45.98

57.57

53.45

61.55

 49.71 29.45

596.66

2,407.25

 

NEM Program

2015

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

YTD

Total

Standard NEM*

#

4,804

4,487

4,560

4,891

5,252

5,860

5,879

6,176

6,529

6,306

5,168

7,439

67,351

214,014

 

mW

26.11

24.78

24.76

26.78

28.54

31.63

31.41

32.57

34.18

33.51

27.77

40.43

362.48

1,072.90

Other

#

85

49

73

71

65

64

51

67

74

80

64

96

839

5,421

mW

14.23

7.14

14.71

10.14

9.78

12.71

8.28

14.34

11.99

13.40

11.96

23.78

152.46

738.01

All

#

4,889

4,536

4,633

4,962

5,317

5,924

5,930

6,243

6,603

6,386

5,232

7,535

68,190

219,435

 mW 40.35 31.92

39.46

36.92

38.32

44.35

39.70

46.91

46.17

46.92

39.74

64.21

514.95

1,810.91

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