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As sunlight shines on the solar panel it generate electrical energy and that electrical energy feed into your main service panel. the best solar panels in the market currently convert about 13% to 18% of the sun's light. and watch your electrical meter spins backward and get credit for unused electrical that you can use at night.
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Los Angeles DWP unveils solar power buyback program
Source: January 11, 2013 |  3:54 pm - LA Times

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power customers for the first time will be able to sell back excess created on rooptops and parking lots under a new program approved Friday by the city utility's board of commissioners. Described as the largest urban rooftop solar program of its kind in the nation, the so-called feed-in-tariff program would pay customers 17 cents per kilowatt hour for energy produced on their own equipment. The DWP has already accepted more than a dozen applicants and will be taking dozens more as it accepts contracts for up to 100 megawatts of solar power through 2016. Environmentalists, business supportes and solar vendors were thrilled by the vote. Feed-in-tariff programs help generate jobs and economic activity while decreasing greenhouse emissions, they say. "Today’s vote is a major step forward for the economic and environmental sustainability of Los Angeles," said Mary Leslie, president of the Los Angeles Business Council, which has been the leading advocate for the CLEAN LA Solar program since 2009. "We are grateful to our CLEAN LA Coalition partners as well as Mayor Villaraigosa and the many city leaders who helped make this vision a reality."

In March, the commission will decide whether to add another 50 megawatts of energy to the buyback program. The full 150-megawatt program would create enough solar energy to power 34,000 Los Angeles homes, advocates say. Once qualified, DWP customers with large multi-family dwellings, warehouses, school facilities and parking lots can sell solar energy at 17 cents per kilowatt hour. The DWP is offering a tiered-pricing schedule that drops to 13 cents per kilowatt hour as energy contracts are reserved, DWP officials said.

Single-family homes generally don't produce enough energy to qualify. Some of the contracts will be set aside for smaller solar producers, including residential customers with large properties, to give them a better shot at , officials said. Customers participating in other solar-incentive initiatives, such as net-metering, do not qualify for the buyback contrcts, DWP officials said. Environmental groups have long pushed for a feed-in-tariff, arguing it would spur more commercial property owners to . Sacramento and San Diego have their own versions,and Florida is experimenting with buybacks.  Evan Gillespie, campaign representative for the Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal Campaign, said the vote will allow the DWP to curtail its dependence on out-of-state energ. 
In addition, it promises 4,500 jobs and $500 million in new economic acitivty for the city, he said. “In the 21st century, it is simply unacceptable for 40% of L.A.’s energy to come from aging out-of-state polluting coal-fired power plants,'' Gillespie said. Following the vote, Toronto-based Solar Provider Group announced it would expand its operations in Los Angeles by opening an office by the end of the year and hiring 30 people. The company plans to invest up to $50 million by the end of 2016, said President Christian Wentzel. "This program provides us with the stability we need to enter the U.S. solar market,'' he said. DWP staffers recommended a 17-cents-per-kilowatt-hour rate as a starting point to reflect the relatively higher cost of buying solar energy compared to other commodities. The cost of getting the program up and running will raise the average residential monthly electric bill by about 4 cents, according to a staff report. The DWP will hire an administrator and about 30 other people to operate the program but most of those costs will be reimbursed by program participants, the report said. Expanding local solar power is a key strategy for the DWP to meet the state-mandated level of 33% by 2020.




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