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Potential Risks in Solar Interconnection Changes

In a filing before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association recently identified significant reliability and safety risks that could be caused by the proposed revised  procedures for interconnect
April 3, 2012

In a filing before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association recently identified significant reliability and safety risks that could be caused by the proposed revised  procedures for interconnecting small solar generation with the grid.  NRECA requested that FERC reject the Solar Energy Industries Association's request for blanket amendments to the interconnection procedures in Order No. 2006 (FERC Docket RM12-10).  Instead, NRECA suggested that these changes be applied on a case-by-case basis for qualified utilities.  For more on the proposed changes to solar interconnection, click here.

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