Sized wrong because why?They hated me on the last call... this was right after the PG&E SGIP people told me my batteries weren't sized right for my house.
So I had PG&E telling me 2 batteries was sized wrong and too small. Then PG&E telling me 3 batteries was sized wrong and too big. I was pissed.
I doubt the first part, but seriously? They didn't give you anything actionable? e.g. limited discharges, overload, etc.?
I thought you had the sgip approval?I think the first part is true. PG&E hates me and I haven't gone out of my way to make things better with them after their guy told me how much he hated Sunrun and disliked how I was being duped into adding Powerwalls.
On the latter part, they just refused to greenlight my partial home backup solution with 2 batteries. They said solar-only was ok but having 2x Powerwalls was simply not happening. Sunrun never got an actionable item from them other than to remove the Powerwalls from the order because of the 120 percent rule.
I asked Sunrun to re-submit the design with a 3 Powerwall whole home backup solution. This one PG&E couldn't blame on the 120 percent rule since the MSP became a glorified meter socket with a disconnect. But then PG&E's SGIP team said the 3 Powerwall system wasn't sized properly to my solar, and wouldn't grant me the incentive because the system was "too large for my needs."
The only thing I need is to get PG&E out of my goddamn business. I still haven't received approval for SGIP, but they've run out of excuses and loopholes to throw at me. At this point they're just slow rolling me because I suck.
I thought you had the sgip approval?