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Net Metering

Diagram of net metering

There are many technical, regulatory & financial challenges when planning to generate electricity with solar or wind. Clearwater Power is offering a free seminar to help answer your questions. We will also provide an overview of our own wind and solar net-metering project in Lewiston. This 90-minute class is free to Clearwater Power members. Refreshments will be provided, Q&A to follow presentation.

June 28, 6:00PM
1912 Center, 412 E. 3rd Street
Moscow, Idaho

View PDF of 2018 Net Metering Seminar

Net metering describes any electrical energy generated at your account that is surplus to the electrical usage at that account. This electricity flows into the Cooperative’s system and is used to serve other Members. Your meter will record the difference between the electricity you buy from Clearwater Power Company and the electricity you generate using your renewable generating equipment. Net metering facilities are intended to offset or meet all of your own electrical requirements.

To qualify for net metering, the generating source must be an approved renewable such as:

  • Solar
  • Wind
  • Small Hydro

Customer-generated power is then credited at the applicable rate in kilowatt-hours (kWh) at a 1:1 ratio. These credits are applied in the billing period following the billing period of production.

Net Metering Policy

Net Metering Agreement



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