Does Edison pay you for solar? Southern California Edison (SCE) compensates solar owners for energy produced by their system through California’s Net Energy Metering (NEM 2.0) program. The program uses a bidirectional meter to measure the net difference between the energy you consume and the amount your system produces.
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Why is my Edison bill so high if I have solar? Solar power systems are finite resources—they can only produce so much energy consistent with the size of the system, and most utilities limit system size to the historical energy usage average at the site.
How much does SCE pay per kWh solar? How much does SCE pay for solar energy? Solar customers in SCE territory are credited for the energy they send to the grid at the retail rate, minus about 2.5 cents/kWh in non-bypassable charges discussed above. The price they get credited depends on whether the energy was sent during peak or off-peak hours.