With NEM 1.0 coming to a close it is time to examine the economics of going solar under the new NEM 2.0 policy. The following is an excerpt of an article that was detailing the differences between the two policies: 

Under a January regulatory decision, new net metering customers will be able to keep retail rate remuneration for energy exported to the grid after the cap is hit. But they will also pay a one-time connection fee between $75 and $150, a non-bypassable charge from $0.02/kWh to 0.03/kWh, and will be switched to time-of-use rates.
— http://www.utilitydive.com/

As you can see there is not much difference between the two and will still make going solar one of the best investments a home owner can make.