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Net Metering Help
I have purchased a home with generation, how do I transfer the net metering Certificate of Public Good?
What is net metering?
Do I need to follow the State of Vermont Net Metering Rules and Laws?
Interconnecting Customer Generation
What are non bypassable charges and who does it affect?
Who is eligible to take advantage of GMP solar?
What if I generate more power than I use?
How much did I generate this month?
How do I get paid for the solar generation?
How do credits work?
How will credits be allocated; is there more than one option for the distribution of credits?
Why are my credits expiring?
Can I give any excess credits I may have to a non-profit organization?
Can more than one net-metering system be attributed to a group?
How many can be in a group; is there a minimum or maximum?
How does GMP know that I have formed a group?
Is there a designated person that represents the group?
When someone purchases a home with an existing solar system that has a group, does the new owner automatically become the designated person?
Can the percentage be changed...and how often?
What is a net metering group?
Do the people that agree to be in a group have to sign a consent form?
What is the procedure for adding and removing meters in a group system?
Can the designated person be changed?
If a customer who currently has credits on their account forms a group, does the percentage they have designated to go to the member of their group come from the oldest credits?
In the method "stacking," is each person belonging to the group subject to the $6.50 per month charge?
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