Grand Poobah, here. Yes net metering is the best alternative, but ROI numbers aren't good IMHO especially with the illiquidity risk (if you sell your house you'll likely lose lots of $). But the ROI is highly dependent on the cost of your system. Some in the thread say they can get a 10K system for $20K which would obviously make it more attractive than if you paid a more "normal" $30K.Falkirk wrote: ↑Jan 16th, 2018 2:02 pmHi guys, first post here ! I have solar installed but I'm still curious what the state of new solar is in Ontario now that the microFIT program is finished. What does the numbers look like for a ROI now? Is all production sold to the grid at time of use cost or some set number now?
I started a thread on net metering HERE. That's the best place for net metering questions.