N.H. Code Admin. R. Puc 2508.03 - Customer-Sited or Thermal Energy Projects

(a) The provisions of this part shall apply to customer-sited sources or thermal energy sources producing up to and including one megawatt in gross nameplate capacity, system design capacity, or equivalent thermal output.
(b) Persons seeking rebate or incentive funds for customer-sited projects or thermal energy projects from the renewable energy fund shall apply according to this section.
(c) For residential applicants, the project shall be located in New Hampshire and the rebate or incentive payment shall be made as directed by RSA 362-F:10, V.
(d) For all other applicants, the project shall be located in New Hampshire, the end use customer or owner of the project shall be interconnected to a provider of electricity, and the rebate or incentive payment shall be made to the owner of the project.
(e) Applicants shall provide the following information:
(1) The name, address and telephone number of the applicant;
(2) The location of the proposed project;
(3) The owner of the project;
(4) The type of technology used in the proposed project; and
(5) The gross nameplate capacity or system design capacity of the proposed project.
(f) Applicants shall include a signed contract with a primary installer or vendor that provides customers with a turnkey service.
(g) The commission shall notify an applicant by letter if the application is accepted for funding from the renewable energy fund, including the amount, in dollars, that may be provided through the renewable energy fund.
(h) Prior to receiving any monies from the renewable energy fund, the applicant shall demonstrate that the project is installed and operating by providing the following:
(1) For projects generating useful thermal energy, a written statement from an appropriate local official that the project is installed and operating in conformance with applicable codes, including applicable safety, zoning and building codes, and has received any required inspections; or
(2) For projects generating electricity, a written statement from the distribution utility that the interconnection between the project and the distribution utility complies with the applicable interconnection, testing, and operational requirements, though not necessarily the net metering requirements, of Puc 900, "Net Metering for Customer-Owned Renewable Energy Generation Resources of 1,000 Kilowatts or Less," or in the alternative, Puc 307.06.
(i) Upon demonstration that the project is installed and operating, the commission shall issue the rebate based on the approved application.


N.H. Code Admin. R. Puc 2508.03
Derived from Volume XXXV Number 01, Filed January 8, 2015, Proposed by #10741, Effective 12/5/2014. Amended by Volume XXXVIII Number 06, Filed February 8, 2018, Proposed by #12473, Effective 2/1/2018, Expires 2/1/2028.

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