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Interconnection in Wisconsin

 

New Wisconsin Distributed Generation INTERCONNECTION FORMS !

Available STARTING JANUARY 1, 2020

Background:

     WIDRC worked with stakeholders from 2017-2019 to update and streamline the distributed generation (DG) interconnection application forms in Wisconsin under Wis. Admin. Code ch. PSC 119.

     New, reorganized DG interconnection application forms are now available for your use beginning January 1, 2020. The new forms should be used in place of the original application forms, known as forms 6027 and 6028.

     The new forms consist of one single base application form, and a series of technology specific attachments. WIDRC has also created a Change of Ownership form to aid in the efficient exchange of information when a distributed generation system changes ownership.  

. . . . .WIDRC acknowledges and thanks Tyler Heubner and Jodi Amble of RENEW Wisconsin for their assistance in the development and design of the new forms.

 


Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q.        Do I have to use the new forms?
  • A.  All stakeholders, including electric providers, DG installers and customers are strongly encouraged to use the new forms beginning January 1, 2020.  
  • Q.        What if I already filled out the old form?
  • A.   Electric providers will still accept the old forms 6027 and 6028, though the review of the old forms may not be as efficient as if you used the new forms.
  • Q.        Will my electric providers accept the new forms?
  • A.     Questions about whether an electric provider will accept the new forms should be directed to the DG Point of Contact for the electric provider listed on the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin’s website.
  • Q.        Have changes been made to the DG interconnection process regarding
                 timelines, studies, etc.?
  • A.       No changes have been made to Wis. Admin. Code ch. PSC 119 related to the DG interconnection process.  
  • Q.        What if I don’t understand how to fill out this new form?
  • A.        Questions about what information the electric provider needs from you on the new form should be directed to the DG Point of Contact for the electric provider listed on the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin’s website.