Please note that as of July 1, 2022, net metering (a full retail rate credit for the electricity your system produces and sends to your neighbors) is no longer available to new solar owners. You can learn more about net metering in Indiana from Solar United Neighbors here and about the credit that replaced net metering, called “excess distributed generation (EDG),” here. There is currently a court case before the Indiana Supreme Court to determine how EDG credits are measured (“instantaneous netting” versus “monthly netting”), and the Court will hopefully make a decision on the case by the first half of 2023.
Save money, decrease your carbon footprint, and improve your energy security by installing solar panels on your property!
LEARN THE SOLAR BASICS
Facts: Solar technology, cost, and size
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)
PROCESS FOR GOING SOLAR
BEFORE GOING SOLAR, YOU SHOULD:
- Own your home or property
- Have roof in good condition (one that won’t need replacing before you break even on your investment) OR
- Have adequate space for a system to be installed on the ground
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Find more info on South Bend permitting and approval processes by going to the 311 Solar Energy page.