Pennsylvania recently released new registration requirements effective as of January 1, 2012. Under these new requirements:

1) All applications must include a photo clearly depicting the facility’s system size and scale. These photos must show the PV modules from the front. Multiple photos may be submitted if one picture cannot encompass the entire solar system.

2) If an application is submitted more than 30 days after the interconnection date, the application must include a meter photo (if a revenue grade kWh meter is installed) or inverter photo attachment(s) capturing the total kWh logged as of the time the application is submitted. This verified meter reading submitted at the time of application will be the starting point to earn PA AECs.

3) Starting with applications submitted on or after 1/1/2012, the certification start date is the start date for kWh production to be applied towards earning PA AEPS AECs, regardless of prior certification in other states or system location.  The meter reading submitted at the time of application will be the starting point to earn PA AECs.

Sol Systems is reviewing these new requirements and making the necessary changes to our registration platform to allow easy uploading of these newly required meter and array photos for PA systems. Please continue to follow our blog for updates to the registration process.

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