SGIP or course does not say for 2 you do a max test. You send them in 12 months of green button data, and they just look for the max 1 hour
use. If it is more than batteries requested, (which is only needed for over 2), then its a non issue. But if more, like I and others had, we had to provide data we used that much. Totally fair IMO.
So, you are not on medical baseline in your house? If so, you can keep E-tou-c
No idea on 3
4, well, man, what are they hoping to find?
I was on medical baseline E-1, but was hoping to stay on E-TOU-C since I don't actually have an EV, and I cannot grid charge my Powerwalls through any normal means.
Actually this is happening to something like 10% of customers, and everyone who dares to question the mighty utility lol. It used to be triggered every NGOM, but I think you never had this requirement? Can't quite remember if you bought yours when they still required this or afterwards.
No, I think Powerwalls were finally classified as revenue grade PV metering devices, and the NGOM requirement was removed. I still think it's weird the Tesla PV generation reporting is about 4% higher than Enphase's reporting. I would have assumed Enphase artificially jacked up their own production readings to help convince people they were making lots of suds.