We support renewable energy and partner with our customers to ensure safe and reliable interconnection of renewable energy into the electric grid.
Delmarva Power strongly recommends all customers complete the Net Energy Metering and Interconnection Application through our
online application process. However, the option remains to download a paper application from the following table and mail it in to our Green Power Connection Team. Click in the table below for the appropriate application and agreement. The nameplate capacity is the maximum output, expressed in kilowatts, of an electric generator under specific conditions designated by the manufacturer, as indicated on the nameplate physically attached to the generator.
This table contains the current paper application forms. Applications dated July, 2015 and later will be accepted. Prior versions of the application forms should no longer be used.
aggregated net energy metering will need to submit the appropriate-level interconnection application and agreement plus the
ANEM application rider. Information is available on the newly emerging community net energy metering, and customers interested in
combined heat and power projects will complete this
After Delmarva Power receives your paper application, the system automatically determines if an application fee is required and calculates the required fee, based on the jurisdiction, system size, and application level. The online system automatically creates and emails an invoice to the contractor or customer.
Delmarva Power will communicate with you during the application process if the following documents are needed.
Interconnection Feasibility Study AgreementLevel 1 Interconnection Agreement Change Notice