LADWP “Padlocks” Systems

August 8, 2002 []Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s Solar Power Incentive Program has temporarily “padlocked” residential PV systems installed and those installed until August 15 preventing electricity generated by these systems to be fed into the homes and/or the power grid. As a result of fast growth in the program, LADWP is in the process of enhancing both training for electrical workers and updating internal procedures pertaining to the interconnection of solar photovoltaic systems to California’s power grid. The LADWP will credit those customers whose systems were padlocked in order to compensate for the PV system-generated electricity that was not fed into the home and/or the grid.
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