Generation of Less Than 20 MW (Connecting to Transmission)
Non-residential customers seeking to interconnect a small generating facility of less than 20 MW to a transmission line must submit an Interconnection Request Form (Attachment 2 of the Small Generator Interconnection Procedure (SGIP) to TEP along with the applicable processing fee or deposit.
WHAT YOU DO
- Determine the type of application you wish to submit for your Interconnection Request: 10 kW Inverter Process (Attachment 5) or the Fast Track Process (Attachments 3 and 4)
- Submit an Interconnection Request to TEP via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Submit the applicable processing fee or deposit(s)
WHAT TEP DOES
- Acknowledge receipt of your application within 10 business days
- Notifies you if the application is incomplete or there are deficiencies
- Notifies you if your proposed Interconnection request meets eligibility requirements and what must be done to proceed to the Full Study Process
- Within 15 days of the acknowledged receipt of your application, TEP will perform an initial review using screens described in section 2.2.1 of the SGIP
Select A Process
Your Small Generating Facility will follow one of three processes: Fast Track, 10 kW Inverter, or Full Study.
A request to interconnect a certified Small Generating Facility no larger than 2 MW will be evaluated under the Section 2 of the Fast Track Process (See Attachments 3 and 4 for description of certification criteria in SGIP).
A request to interconnect a certified inverter-based Small Generating Facility no larger than 10 kW shall be evaluated under the 10 kW Inverter Process (Attachment 5).
A request to interconnect a Small Generating Facility larger than 2 MW but less than 20 MW or a Small Generating Facility that qualifies for the Fast Track Process or the 10 kW Inverter Process will be evaluated by the Full Study Process (Section 3 of the SGIP).