There is a net metering workshop scheduled for March 24, 2011, for Delaware PSC docket 49. This docket was established to carry out Senate Bill 267, enacted in 2010, which improved Delaware’s net metering law by increasing the amount of energy customers can sell back to the grid (i.e. 110 percent of their aggregate consumption). Also, customers, such as a business campus or agricultural operations can aggregate several meters for multiple locations to determine how much power can be sold back through one meter. In this way, customers will be able to finance larger renewable energy installations to meet their needs. Finally, homeowner associations and similar groups of customers sharing a unique set of interests will be able to cooperatively finance and build community-scale renewable energy projects both on and off-site.