QEC’s Net Metering Program allows residential customers and one municipal account per community to generate their own electricity from renewable energy sources and integrate it into the corporation’s grids.
Net metering customers can receive an energy credit for surplus power delivered from their renewable energy generation systems to our grid. This allows customers to reduce the amount of power they need from us. The program also helps decrease Nunavut’s dependency on diesel fuel and cut carbon emissions.
We strongly recommend that customers do not purchase their renewable energy generating systems until their application has been reviewed and approved by QEC. Each renewable energy installation must not exceed a generating capacity of 10 kilowatts.
To learn more about the Net Metering Program, please read the documents below. If you have questions or concerns about becoming a Net Metering Program customer, we encourage you to contact our Customer Care department at 1-866-710-4200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently Asked Questions
To read general information on the Net Metering Program, please click here.
To read an instructional procedure on how to become a net metering customer, please click here.
Electrical Service Application
Work Order Form
All potential net metering customers must complete a Work Order Form. To download the form, please click here.
Technical Interconnection Requirements
All renewable energy generation systems installed for the Net Metering Program must follow QEC’s Technical Interconnection Requirements. To read the requirements, please click here.
Customer Service Agreement
All Net Metering Program customers must review and sign a Customer Service Agreement. To review the agreement, please click here.
Terms and Conditions of Service
To read more on our Terms and Conditions of Service, please click here.
Net Metering Policy
To download a copy of the Net Metering Program policy, please click here.