Net metering permits clients to produce their own power effectively and efficiently.
The following guidelines explain the trends in state and utility net metering measures:
Installation of Solar System
The first and foremost step is to get your Net metering compliant solar system installed.
Preparation of Application
The second step begins with the preparation of application as per the rules of SRO 892 (1) 2015. This process is made easier and smooth for our valued clients by supporting them with each & every step of application preparation.
Inspection & NOC issuance
The approval of the application will lead to the phase of inspection carried out by the Punjab Energy Department. The electrical inspection team will inspect the system as per SRO 892(1)/2015 & SOP from LESCO. After the satisfactory inspection of the system you’ll be issued NOC.
Signing Of Agreement
This significant step will be the signing of a three years agreement between the Distributor Generator (Consumer) and LESCO. This will be a legal agreement allowing you to feed surplus energy to the national grid.
Allotment of Generation License
The agreement signed between you and LESCO will be handed over to NEPRA for generation License. Once the legal agreement is verified by the ruling body, it will allow you to be an independent power producer for the next three years.
Activation of Net Meter
The last but not the least step involves LESCO in making you the independent power-producing authority. After the successful allotment of generation license, your net meter will be activated making you able to save & earn simultaneously.
Net Metering benefits its users in terms of economics as well as uninterrupted power supply through a renewable energy resource. It is an empowering approach intended to encourage private investors in renewable energy.