PUE-2011-00117 - Application of Dominion Virginia Power for approval of a Community Solar Power Program and for certification of proposed distributed solar generation facilities
To quote the specific text that worries me...
"In its application, Dominion Virginia Power proposed a
Program that consists of two separate components . First, the Company anticipates that within the first six months of 2012, it will file a tariff with the Commission for approval of the purchase of up to 3 megawatts ("MW") of energy output from customer-owned distributed solar generation installations as an alternative to net energy metering. Before making this filing with the Commission, the Company will evaluate several tariff options and share those options with customers and stakeholders in meetings."
I would note that 3 MW is about how much residential solar is in existence in Virginia.
I am figuring Dominion will evaluate their tariff options and come up with less then $0.03 per kWh as the tariff amount or something equivalent. Given that Dominion keeps claiming that is how much electricity costs them when talking about Solar power. Ignoring of course that they can pay over $0.21 kWh during peak times, which is when solar produces the most power.
The rest of their SCC filing was about them buying roof top leases, so the Net Metering thing is buried in the text, where I am sure the SCC will miss it.
I am not sure how to fight this, but I just know we are going to get ******* by Dominion.