Enrollment in Pomona Choice Energy’s NEM program will not affect the grandfathered status of NEM 1.0 customers. NEM 1.0 customers will continue to retain the grandfathered elements of the program after the switch, while also enjoying the Pomona Choice Energy’s Net Surplus Compensation rate.
I am being charged monthly for my usage, so why am I not receiving a check at the end of the relevant period for what is in my escrow balance? – Net consumers
For the months that you have been receiving charges on your bill, it is due to the fact that you are a net consumer for those bill periods (+kWh). As a net consumer, you are using more kilowatt-hours than you are generating, so you are paying for the excess kilowatt-hours you consumed. This payment being
Pomona Choice Energy Net Energy Metering relevant period mirrors that of SCE.
What is Pomona Choice Energy’s net energy metering payout for customers that over generate for the year?
Pomona Choice Energy’s Net Surplus Compensation Rate (NSC) can be found on the rate schedule at www.PomonaChoiceEnergy.org. Please note that NSC only applies if you are a net kWh generator at the end of your annual relevant period.
Pomona Choice Energy customers who are already enrolled in with Pomona Solar Choice and are planning to install a solar system, should contact SCE at (800) 974-2356 to submit your interconnection application. Once you are enrolled with SCE’s program, you will automatically be enrolled in Pomona Solar Choice.
Does Pomona Choice Energy offer a net energy-metering program for qualified solar electric and other distributed generation systems?
Yes. Customers who have been enrolled in Pomona Choice in October 2020, and subsequently install a qualified solar system, are eligible for the Pomona Solar Choice NEM program. Through our NEM program, customers with net energy metering systems have the opportunity to receive credits for future energy service and even receive cash back when their
The City Council of the City of Pomona are the governing body of Pomona Choice Energy.
No. The Pomona City Council governs Pomona Choice Energy and do not receive a salary or any financial benefits from Pomona Choice Energy.
Can Southern California Edison raise delivery fees on Pomona Choice Energy customers above those of non-Pomona Choice Energy customers?
No. Southern California Edison must provide the same rates for all customers in their service area whether or not they receive electricity from Pomona Choice Energy or another third-party energy service provider.
How is Pomona Choice Energy financed? Are any tax dollars used to finance or operate Pomona Choice Energy?
Pomona Choice Energy will be financed by the revenues received from our customers based on the electricity they consume. Pomona Choice Energy is self-funded and does not use any tax dollars, which ensures that any financial benefits directly serve the community.