The whole concept of net metering needs to go.
You generate PV.
You either consume it or feed it into the electricity grid.
The utility should always pay wholesale price for the electricity.
What the market pays _you_ for your feed-in should have _nothing_ to do with the utility, other than it handling the metering and the payments.
You either get wholesale rate, or any difference is either covered by general taxpayers or by electricity consumers through a known supplement on the electricity price.
Instead of petitioning to keep a terrible system, come up with a sensible proposal to shift to a feed-in tariff.
That's one way to look at it. I don't view my PV energy fed to the grid as selling to the utility. Rather I see the utility providing an energy storage service for my PV energy. And the NBC's they already charge is the cost I pay to the utility for providing the energy storage service. Net metering is just part of the service.