Nope, and that is about as bad as it gets. I have seen lower but that was a really nasty day where I had to leave lights on all day to see around the house. Todays generation just hit zero and I made 13.8kWh of power. This month is at 978kWh produced 688.6kWh used for 142% offset. Lifetime of the system so far is 6.7MWh produced and 5.7MWh used for an offset of 117%.That's not bad at all.
Last bill was -24.47 but I have average billing and that is calculated off the last 12 months and I did not have solar 6 of the last 12 months so the calculation is off. I have not complained since my plan is not supposed to give back any negative but average billing has it getting credited so it looks like having that on sidesteps the no credit for production over use.
Reliant's Simple Solar Sell Back is surprisingly simple. $0.13/kWh charge for use, $0.13/kWh for solar feed back up to canceling out all grid use, and that is it. That is the full bill, no other fees or anything. Average bill before solar was ~$180/mo and depending on how the next few months go I should have an average negative.
There is someone else in Katy that just got solar and posted on reddit, they got a slightly larger array than me and all south facing. Their production is insane. Looks like they have less than 10% more solar panels than me but they look to be making ~30% more power.
I have a 11.24kW system and made 63.3kWh on the same day.