Watch our short video to understand how MP2 works with your solar company and transmission & distribution service provider after your solar has been installed and interconnected.
We offer 24- and 60-month terms. All of our plans credit you for the excess solar power that your home sends to the grid! Explore our residential solar rates and learn about Net Energy Metering here.
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Even though your system is installed, it might not be turned on yet, which is known as “interconnection.” Contact your solar installer and/or your TDSP for more information.
Contact your solar installer; they coordinate this with your transmission & distribution service provider (TDSP). Note that if you switch to MP2 long before your solar array is turned on, you could receive a few bills from MP2 without credits. For this reason, we encourage you switch your retail contract on a date close to when you think your system will be operational.
This is because we are only measuring the excess solar generation that you do not consume at your home – this is the electricity that you export to the grid. In contrast, your solar monitoring system tracks everything the system produces: both what is consumed immediately at your home and the excess that is exported to the grid.
Because your solar panels only generate when the sun is out, you still need power from the grid when it’s cloudy, when it’s nighttime, and when you’re using more than your panels are producing at a given time. MP2 supplies you with grid power when your solar panels aren’t producing enough electricity to power your home.
To enroll in an MP2 solar program you have to enroll in autopay. Click here to sign up.
There’s an annual “true-up” after your May bill cycle, at which point we clear the kWh remaining in your bank. If your solar panel system is sized appropriately, there should not be a significant amount – if any – remaining in your bank.
No problem! For the time being, MP2 has no early termination fees for NEM customers. If you end your retail supply contract, you will forfeit any unused NEM credits remaining in your solar bank.
Outages and Emergencies
CenterPoint Service Area / (800) 332-7143
Oncor Srevice Area / (888) 313-4747
AEP Central & AEP North /(866) 223-8508
Texas-New Mexico Power Service Area / (888) 866-7456
Sharyland Utilities / (956) 668-9551
Advanced metering charge -- A charge to recover the costs of an advanced metering system;
Energy Charge -- Any charge, other than a tax or other fee, that is assessed on the basis of the customer’s energy consumption.
Energy Efficiency Cost Recovery Factor -- A charge approved by the Public Utility Commission to recover the electric utility’s cost of providing energy efficiency programs.
Fuel Charge -- A charge approved by the Public Utility Commission for the recovery of the utility’s costs for the fuel used to generate electricity.
Meter Number -- The number assigned by the utility to the customer’s meter.
Meter Charge -- A charge approved by the Public Utility Commission for metering a customer’s consumption.
Miscellaneous Gross Receipts Fee -- A fee assessed to recover the miscellaneous gross receipts tax imposed on utilities operating in an incorporated city or town having a population of more than 1,000.
Municipal Franchise Fee -- A fee assessed to compensate municipalities for the utility’s use of public rights-of-way.
Nuclear Decommissioning Fee -- A charge approved by the Public Utility Commission to provide funds for decommissioning of nuclear generating sites.
PUC Assessment -- A fee assessed to recover the statutory fee for administering the Public Utility Regulatory Act.
Sales tax -- Sales tax collected by authorized taxing authorities, such as the state, cities, and special purpose districts.
Current Meter Read -- The meter reading at the end of the period for which the customer is being billed;
kW -- Kilowatt, the standard unit for measuring electricity demand, equal to 1,000 watts;
kWh -- Kilowatt-hour, the standard unit for measuring electricity energy consumption, equal to 1.000 watt-hours; and
Previous Meter Read -- The reading on the beginning the period for which the customer is being billed.
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