Controlling net export for solar PV systems

By Kathie Zipp Renewable energy generation in the United States, specifically wind and photovoltaic solar, have been incentivized in a variety of ways since the 1980s. One of the most effective incentives is a Net Metering agreement that allows power producers to “bank” excess power. When a PV system generates more power than is consumed locally, the energy is put back on the grid (net export) and the producer is paid for this energy with credits that may be applied during times when the consumer needs to draw energy from the grid (net import). These agreements, along with

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