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With the new Climate and Equitable Jobs Act signed into law the City of Rochelle has developed a new net metering/billing policy and interconnection agreement for self-generating/solar customers. We have worked closely with the Illinois Municipal Utilities Association (IMUA), Utility Financial Solutions (UFS), the City Attorney, and several other local municipalities to develop the policy and agreement. The policy we have developed has the best interests of both our customers and our utility in mind. As a municipality with a considerably smaller customer base than most investor-owned utilities, we have to make decisions that prioritize rate stability and reliability. The rates and policies will be reviewed annually to ensure we are maintaining compliance with the most recent legislation and are using the proper rates with our self-generating customers.


The process:

  • Contact Blake Toliver () or Molly Sedig ()
  • Complete the document Interconnection Agreement Form (124 KB) and Submit to RMU Customer Service
  • Our Electric Staff will review the document and send an approval letter to the customer
  • Work may begin once proper permits are obtained
  • System inspection by RMU Electric Staff
  • Net Billing Begins

pdf Rider 4 - Solar Policy (282 KB)