Our mission is to support and accelerate your efforts to connect to SRP`s energy grid. SRP wants to ensure that your power generation assets are connected to the grid in a safe and reliable manner. Whether you`re a customer considering interconnection for the first time or an experienced contractor looking for detailed specifications, here`s some useful information to help you learn more about connection options, guide you through the application process, and get the job done. SRP defines distributed generation as a generally small (up to 20 MW) power generation module intended to support the nearby load. Distributed generation can use both renewable (photovoltaic, wind, water, agricultural waste, etc.) and non-renewable (natural gas or other fossil fuels for conventional engines, turbines and fuel cells) energy sources. Regardless of the type of distributed power generation (AC or DC at different voltage levels), the connection must meet company standards when connected to the utility`s electrical system. 2. The customer or contractor submits the PV interconnection application (+ optional energy storage) via PowerClerk and uploads the following documents: 10. The solar contractor integrates the DRAWING AND PHOTO DERS or DG Service Spot into the solar planes and ensures that his solar plans match GWP`s DERS or DG Service Spot drawing. 8.

GWP Engineering forwards the approved interconnection agreement to Solar Solutions employees. 5. If necessary, GWP Engineering staff will visit the property and create a DG Service Spot drawing. (1-3 weeks) [5-6 weeks during COVID] 7. Once the interconnection agreement is approved, GWP Engineering will send an email to the DERS or DG Service Spot drawing with instructions on how to submit approval plans to the solar contractor. 4. The solar energy contractor contacts GWP at 818-548-3921 to request a DG service point (drawing of the utility-approved location for solar meters and AC separation) if one of the following conditions applies: 12. GWP Engineering approves solar plans and emails approved plans and solar energy worksheet to authorize services via email. This is the official submission for approval. 3.

Solar Solutions employees review the application package and forward it to GWP Engineering. 11. The solar contractor will submit all solar plans for approval and the completed solar energy worksheet by email to GWP Engineering, Electrical Service Planner, Joseph, in JPalos@Glendaleca.gov 14. . .