Log into PennAEPS with the email address and password used to create an account. Once logged in, click the blue “New Application” button on the home screen.
Input general system information such as the qualified system’s address, interconnection date, interconnecting utility, etc. Select the type of technology you are registering. Fill out all required fields on this step. Once all of the fields have been filled out, click “Save and Continue” at the bottom of the page.
For solar PV systems, provide more detailed information about the array itself. Please complete all of the required fields and be sure to indicate if the system has multiple tilts or azimuths.
Enter the owner contact information and the aggregator information (if necessary). For alternative energy generators who would like to assign an aggregator, please choose one from the drop-down menu.
Upload all of the supporting documents necessary for the application. The application requires a system photo, meter photo and utility permission to operate document. A signed Schedule A is also required if the system has an aggregator and a signed ROA if the facility is leased. Carefully read the attestation at the bottom of the page and attest to the statements. Click the “Save and Submit” button.
The application has now been successfully completed. A confirmation email will be provided that the application has been submitted. The PennAEPS Administrator reviews all applications within 30 days, and the status of the application can be checked anytime on the application dashboard. Once the application has been reviewed by the PennAEPS Adminstrator, you will receive an email with the state certification number that you can take to PJM-GATS to establish and account for entering meter readings and transacting credits.