NOTE: To be eligible for the Community Solar Plot Program, the nameplate generation capacity limit is 2,000 kW.
Prior to completing the application process, a subscriber organization should have applied to and received a subscriber organization number from the Public Service Commission (PSC). Potomac Edison will begin receiving interconnection applications for year one of the Community Solar Pilot Program at 12:00 p.m. on June 20, 2017.
- Applicants should first complete and submit the updated Maryland Level 2 to 4 Interconnection Application and Maryland Level 2 to 4 Interconnection Agreement.
- Community Solar Interconnection Agreement applications will ONLY be accepted electronically through email at PE-MD_Interconnection@firstenergycorp.com. Please include “Community Solar” in the subject line of Interconnection Agreement application emails.
- After receiving an executed interconnection agreement from Potomac Edison, CSEGS should complete and submit the Community Solar Pilot Program Application.
- Pilot Program applications should be submitted electronically to PE-MD_Community_Solar@firstenergycorp.com. Please include “Pilot Program” in the subject line for all Pilot Program application emails.
The regulations are posted by the Maryland Office of the Secretary of State. Additional requirements are contained at Title 20 PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION ("PSC"), Subtitle 62 COMMUNITY SOLAR ENERGY GENERATING SYSTEMS*.
If your project is complete, submit subscriber information here.
- Maryland Level 2 to 4 Interconnection Application
- Maryland Level 2 to 4 Interconnection Agreement
- Community Solar Pilot Program Application
- Potomac Edison Community Solar Supporting Document
Pilot Program Queue
Additional Technical Requirements and References
- Interconnection Agreement Application Email
- Pilot Program Application Email
- Any required application fees should be sent to:
Potomac Edison Company
10802 Bower Avenue
Williamsport, MD 21795-3016
Attn: PE-MD Interconnection Coordinator
Concerning the CSEGS rate that is used to offset a community solar project, can Potomac Edison provide this rate or point to the tariff to show how the rate is calculated?
The rate used to offset a customer’s bill is whatever rate the customer is currently on.
Where can I find Potomac Edison’s CSEGS credit rates?
The General Service rates can be found in the tariff on our website on page 64 (Original page No. 7) here.
For further questions and clarity relating to rates/power billing, contact supplier services at their email: SupplierSupport@firstenergycorp.com
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