I just got my PG&E statement for January 2019 and was surprised to find (after calling into PG&E) that my net energy metering (NEM) true-up period has been reset in such a way that I’m getting billed for the month of January separately from the rest of the coming year. My previous true-up period ended at the end of December. Unfortunately this means I won’t be able to offset my consumption in January ($350) against my excess production from later in the year. And of course my significant end-of-year credit for excess production over the last year was reduced to a $50 credit after true-up. This NEM reset is apparently caused by my automatic enrollment in a local “Community Choice Aggregation” program whereby energy generation is now handled by a local community power group. (For me, that’s Monterey Bay Community Power.) I’m told by PG&E that I have no recourse and they can make no adjustment to combine this month with the coming or prior year. Just a heads up for others.