Net Metering


IFP’s net metering program is designed to allow our customers to generate electricity through the use of renewable energy sources while still maintaining connection to the City’s electrical grid, providing a reliable source of energy when the customer’s system is not generating sufficient energy to meet their demand for energy. It also allows our customers to offset their electricity consumption with the production of renewable energy and to deliver and sell excess electricity back to the City’s grid if their system generates more electricity than is needed. For more information, please email us.
  1. Program Requirements
  2. How Net Metering Works
  3. Prices and Payments
  4. Permits
  5. Tax Incentives
  6. Policies and Agreements

PROGRAM  REQUIREMENTS


Renewable Size & Limitations
  

System sizing must not exceed the facility’s average usage over the previous 12 months. Generating capacity is limited to 15 kilowatts for residential systems and 25 kilowatts for commercial facilities.

 

Eligible Renewable Energy Sources

Wind, solar, biomass, geothermal, hydro or fuel cell.

 

Installation Standards and Compliance

All systems must be installed in accordance with the standards outlined in Idaho Falls Power's service policy.

 

Required Forms

A construction permit from the City Building Department is required before modifying the electrical system on your home or business, and an Interconnection Agreement must be approved by Idaho Falls Power.