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Co-Generation with Renewable Energy Sources

There are several considerations involved when installing co-generation facilities.  Below are some informational documents you can review:

Procedures for interconnecting a small generating facility no larger than 25 kW

Application for interconnecting a small generating facility

Terms and considerations for interconnecting

Certificate of Completion

There are two rate riders available for members installing co-generation facilities.  If you are interested in installing co-generation facilities, please contact our office to meet with a representative and discuss the project you have in mind.

Net Metering Rider

Refers to the use of one meter to track the net electricity consumed from the cooperative's source and the member's source.

Parallel Generation Rider

Applies if the member chooses to have separate metering. One meter registers electricity consumed from the cooperative, as normally done. The other meter registers electricity delivered by the member's generation to the cooperative.  This electricity will be compensated to the member at the rate of 150% of the cooperative's system average cost of energy per kWh received (currently approximately 6 to 7 cents per kWh.

Net Metering Rider Pages 1-2

Net Metering Rider Pages 3-4

Parallel Generation Rider Pages 1-2

Parallel Generation Rider pages 3-4