Last login: Friday, October 28, 2011
Technically SDG&E are already paying SDG&E for the use of the grid by having them as the provider of the service. ( as if we have a choice) If costumers provide aggregate power back into the grid then that is power available for other people to use, and SDG&E to make profit from. so shouldn't costumers who provide additional power into the system get a cut of the power input to the grid?
If SDG&E charges costumers for using the grid (which would still remain where it is regardless) then they should also pay them for providing power back, which according to SDG&E rates is about ~0.16Cents per Kw. It's only fair I think.
October 28, 2011 at 5:58 a.m.
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