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Net metering is the process through which renewable energy producers measure and sell their surplus energy back to the utility company. When your solar panel system is generating electricity, your meter spins backwards to “bank” any electricity you do not use. At night or during times when you use more electricity than your solar electric system is producing, the meter spins forwards to collect the stored energy. At the end of a billing cycle, if you have produced more energy than you have consumed, you can sell the net electricity back to the utility company.