A virtual pre-hearing to take comments on Delmarva Power’s request to adjust rates (Case No. 9670) for the distribution of electric energy will be held on Oct. 4, 2021 at 9:00 a.m. Written comments on these matters may be submitted electronically at email@example.com or by first-class mail to A. Johnston Executive Secretary MPSC, 6 St. Paul St., Baltimore MD 21202, by Oct. 1, 2021.
We support renewable energy and partner with our customers to ensure safe and reliable interconnection of renewable energy into the electric grid.
After you have researched and selected the renewable generating system that best suits your needs and selected an installation contractor, you or your contractor will need to
apply to have your system interconnected to Delmarva Power’s electric grid, pay an application fee, have your new system installed and then inspected by the Delaware Real Estate Commission (DREC), and have a net-capable Delmarva Power electric meter installed at your premise. This complete interconnection process takes approximately 77 business days. Interconnecting ensures that you will continue to have a supply of electricity coming into your home, even when your solar panels are not generating power – at night or when clouds, shade or snow limit generation. The net-capable meter ensures you will receive Delmarva Power bill credits for generation your premise does not use and your system feeds into the grid.
The application process has several key steps to ensure a successful interconnection to the grid. We have provided these simple and easy-to-follow steps to help guide you with the process. You can also download our
Net Energy Metering and Small Generator Interconnections Checklist.
Delaware: Download a printable PDF of the application steps and timeline.
Maryland: Download a printable PDF of the application steps and timeline.
Your interconnection process starts with completing an
application and agreement based on your proposed system’s nameplate capacity. The table below lists the general interconnection criteria for each application and agreement level. 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.
aggregated net energy metering or
community net energy metering will need to submit the appropriate-level interconnection application and agreement plus the
CEF application rider.
Once your application has been received, Delmarva Power’s application system automatically determines if a fee is required and calculates it 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.
Technical Considerations Covering Parallel Operations of Customer Owned Generation Less than One (1) Megawatt and Interconnected with the Delmarva Power System
Technical Considerations Covering Parallel Operations of Customer Owned Generation One (1) Megawatt or Greater and Interconnected with the Delmarva Power Delivery System