Are you interested in learning more about the savings that solar can provide for your tenants and common areas? Come learn how Virtual Net Metering can help your market-rate apartment building stand out from the crowds.
This Solar for Apartments workshop is aimed at educating multifamily property owners and operators about the opportunity to go solar by utilizing the Virtual Net Metering tariff to provide solar access to tenants and reduce energy costs.
Virtual Net Metering is a utility arrangement offered by PG&E, that allows for a multi-metered, multi-tenant property to install a single solar electric system which can be shared by multiple onsite tenant and common load utility accounts, resulting in direct, on-bill savings.
Distinct sub-tariffs are available for the market-rate and low-income sectors. *Please note: This session will more heavily focus on solar for market-rate apartment buildings.
In this workshop, we will discuss the steps involved in going solar with Virtual Net Metering, site considerations, available financing products, technical assistance resources, and more.
- Value proposition
- Finding an experienced contractor
- Tools for determining unit allocations
- Recouping project costs from tenants
- Pros and cons to certain financing methods
- Post-installation monitoring and administration
Refreshments will be provided.
*Solar contractor solicitations will not be permitted at this event. If you are a solar contractor, please consider attending our Contractor Training, as this event is meant for property owners.
For more information, feel free to contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, July 25, 2017
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