I have now seen two bills since we had our solar +2 powerwall install turned on. I am currently sporting a $314 "energy generation credit" with my solar energy after just 2 months, however my June bill was $23 in NBC's and my July bill was $34 in NBC's. If I project those forward 12 months, that works out to several hundred $$ just in NBCs. I have been running the powerwalls in "balanced" mode for the most part as we don't have a lot of off peak generation. My initial thought was to maximize the amount of solar being sold back to the grid during peak hours . However, looking at my NBCs I am now wondering if self-consumption mode might be the better option as I think that may reduce the amount I am pulling from the grid on a daily basis vs the cost-saving or balanced modes. If I end up with a net credit at my true-up bill, then I think I just get paid at the crappy wholesale rates. But if I go to self-consumption, I might be able to reduce my NBC's each month, which might work out to more benefit than running a net positive for the year. I feel like I would need a PhD to actually do the math, so I may just set it to self-consumption and run it for a few months to see if my NBCs are reduced in any noticeable manner. Anyone else on NEM 2.0 with Powerwalls taken a look at this?