Does the utility assess any fees?
The City Council recently passed a NET-meter fee. The Planning and Building and Fire departments also assess fees for their involvement. As of 2/20/2013, the city's fees total $414.75 for residential projects and $693.75 for commercial projects.

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1. I'm interested in renewable power but my roof isn't ideal for solar, what can I do?
2. Does the utility require separate AC or DC disconnects?
3. How do I get a NET-meter?
4. Does the utility allow for a solar breaker to be placed between the main breaker and the meter?
5. What is the Net-Surplus-Compensation Rate?
6. Does the utility assess any fees?
7. What rates are available to me?
8. How does the demand-charge get applied?
9. Does the utility provide rebates and if so how much?