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Posted on: January 27, 2017

Want to go Solar?

Thinking about going solar? Before initiating installation of your solar panels, follow these simple steps:

Before initiating installation of your solar panels, follow these simple steps:

  • Complete and submit an Interconnection Agreement. 
  • Once you complete the Interconnection Agreement, we will review your electric usage history and the technical data of the solar panel plan. Once your solar agreement is approved, you can apply for the appropriate building permits and begin the installation of the solar panels.
  • Post-installation, we will ensure that the correct meter is installed to capture an accurate account of the over production of electric.
  • The Billing Department will then separate your current bill into two separate bills.
  • One bill will detail only your electric service. This bill will show the over production (which would generate a credit) or underproduction (which would generate a bill) of your solar panel system. Once a year in May, the Town will refund any credit on your account based on our wholesale cost.
  • The second bill will contain the customer service charge and any other utility charges that you regularly incur. For instance, if we supply your trash, water and sewer services; these will appear on your second bill.

If you have any additional questions about going solar, please contact James Markow at the Town of Smyrna at (302) 389-2315.

Interconnection Agreement
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