For TOU, according to that, they would pay you (at Peak Time) something like 9¢ for the electricity you generate, but charge you for electricity plus "distribution", about 35¢ per kWh, for electricity you use?
The new meters total net, but also total Out (excess generation) and total In (used). So, in the same Peak time of one day, you might over-gen 20 kWh AND (under varible cloud cover) use 20 kWh (net 0 for the time period that day). But, the PU wants to charge you (something like 35¢ x 20 - 9¢ x 20 = $5.20 for that day's NET ZERO Peak period! And, then the PU charges your neighbors 35¢ x 20 = $7.00 for their "use" of your over-generated electricity, which might have been transported only a few yards.
See SOC/GID-Meter and CAN-Do Info
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