There is considerable confusion between the terms “net measure” and “feed-in tariff” (ITF). In general, there are three types of compensation for distributed local production: The Nevada legislature passed a law in 2015 that requires the Nevada Public Utilities Commission to study the structure of electric tariffs and find ways to defer costs.  In December 2015, the Commission updated the rules so that distribution companies pay the wholesale rate to net meter consumers.  When measuring the net, excess electricity is injected into your electricity provider`s grid when your system produces more than you need. If this happens, your measuring device actually works upside down. If your system doesn`t produce enough electricity, you can remove it from your distribution company, as you did before you left solar. This back-and-forth between your system and the network ensures that your excess production continues to be used and that your bottlenecks are managed. With the net measurement, the excess electricity produced by your home covers periods when you don`t produce enough. Kansas Corporation Commission has approved in the fall of 2018 the application fee for the solar meter of Kansas City Power -Light and Westar Energy. In early 2019, the Council of Clean Energy Companies (CEBC) introduced SB 124 to remove penalties for solar consumers. March 2019 – Evergy (Westar – KCP-L) has agreed to submit a new tariff to KCC Von Westar customers who installed Solar before 10.1.2018 and KCP-L customers installed before 20.12.2018 are entering the old tariff, eliminating their application fees. In order to make further progress, the agreement includes Evergy`s commitment to cooperate with the CEBC to find reasonable solutions for the solar industry to grow.
May 17, 2019 – The westars fare for grandfather existing customers has been submitted.  Together, the two distribution companies supply about one-third of the electricity in Kansas. Commercial and industrial customers of distribution companies would not be affected by demand charges.  In 2017, Idaho Power requested the creation of a new category of customers as of January 1, 2018. In this way, Idaho Power could introduce possible interest rate increases for this new class of customers, more than they currently pay to access the state`s power grid and purchase electricity if their own solar modules do not generate electricity. The Idaho Public Utilities Commission said it would hold a hearing in March 2018 before deciding on Idaho Power`s application.  Vermont has changed its network measurement program. The new rules “encourage municipal solar projects and assist denernes who subsidize the above-mentioned market rates, which suppliers must pay for electricity generated under the program.”  Many electricity suppliers report that owners of generation systems do not pay the full cost of using the grid, which transfers their share of the costs to customers who do not have distributed production systems.  Most owners of rooftop solar installations or other types of remote generation facilities still depend on the grid for electricity from distribution companies at night or when their systems are unable to generate enough electricity.  Due to the effect of electrical re-supply that occurred when the power grid was flooded with solar electricity.  In 2015, the Hawaii Utilities Commission eliminated the net measure in retail trade. It replaced the network measurement with a “Customer Grid Supply” (CGS) option and a “Customer Self Supply” (CSS) option.
Since the removal of the net measure in 2015, Hawaii regulators have limited the number of solar customers able to return their excess energy to the grid.