Virtual net metering is an arrangement with the utility that allows energy from a single solar system to be shared virtually among multiple tenant accounts.
Electricity prices that vary depending on the time periods in which the energy is consumed. In a time-of-use rate structure, higher prices are charged during utility peak-load times. Such rates can provide an incentive for consumers to curb power use during peak time. Tenants in the SOMAH program will take service under a TOU rate but have an option to opt-out for a non-TOU rate.