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20.62.03.00.htm 20.62.03.00. Title 20 PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION Subtitle 62 COMMUNITY SOLAR ENERGY GENERATION SYSTEMS Chapter 03 Pilot Program Administration Authority: Public Utilities Article, §2-113, 2-121, 7-306, 7-306.1, and 7-306.2, Annotated Code of Maryland
20.62.03.01.htm 20.62.03.01. 01 Customer Eligibility.. A. CSEGS Location.. 1) A customer may subscribe to a community solar energy generating system that is located in the same electric company service territory as the customer.2) The location of a CSEGS for the purpose of customer eligibility shall be determined by the physical location of the electric meter of the CSEGS.B. All rate classes are eligible to subscribe to a community solar energy generating system.. C. Subscribers served by
20.62.03.02.htm 20.62.03.02. 02 Subscriber Organization Requirements.. A. A subscriber organization shall apply with the Commission for admission to the program on forms authorized by the Commission.B. The Commission shall assign each successful applicant a CSEGS identification number.. C. An electric company that participates as a subscriber organization may not recover CSEGS project costs through base distribution rates.
20.62.03.03.htm 20.62.03.03. 03 Pilot Project Application Process.. A. An applicant that has been granted admission to the pilot program by the Commission that wishes to construct and operate a community solar energy generating system under this pilot program shall apply to the electric company serving the location of the system.B. Project Application Procedure.. 1) An electric company shall establish a project application procedure in compliance with these regulations and Commission Or2) An electric company sh
20.62.03.04.htm 20.62.03.04. 04 Pilot Program Queue.. A. Electric Company Application Process.. 1) An electric company shall process applications filed under Regulation .03 of this chapter in the order in which the electric company receives the application.2) Within 5 business days of receipt, the electric company shall acknowledge receipt of the application and notify the subscriber organization whether the application is complete.3) If the application is incomplete, the electric company shall provide a w
20.62.03.05.htm 20.62.03.05. 05 Data Communication.. All subscriber organizations and utilities shall use the uniform electronic transaction processes approved by the Commission.
20.62.03.06.htm 20.62.03.06. 06 Renewable Energy Credit Ownership.. A. Subscribers are not customer-generators under Public Utilities Article, §7-306(g)5) Annotated Code of Maryland.B. Subscriber organizations shall own and have title to all renewable energy attributes or renewable credits associated with community energy generating facilities for which they have applied.
20.62.03.07.htm 20.62.03.07. 07 Conversion of Existing Solar Facilities.. A. Eligibility.. 1) For purposes of this regulation, “existing” means a solar generating system that commenced operation prior to May 15, 2016.2) Any project that commences operation on or after May 15, 2016, is not considered to be a conversion for purposes of this program.B. A subscriber organization may apply to convert all or a portion of an existing solar generating system with a total capacity of 500 kilowatts or less to a CSEGS.
20.62.03.08.htm 20.62.03.08. 08 Project Location.. A. Colocation.. 1) An electric company may not accept a CSEGS project of 500 kW or greater that is proposed to be located on the same or adjacent property as an existing or proposed CSEGS project owned by the same subscriber organization or affiliate of 500 kW or greater in its service territory.2) Parcels that are subdivided after May 12, 2015, shall be considered as a single parcel for the purposes of these regulations unless a subscriber or
20.62.03.9999.htm 20.62.03.9999. Administrative History Effective date: July 18, 2016 (43:14 Md. R. 781).
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