N.H. Code Admin. R. Puc 909.09 - Application to Register or Re-Register as a Host

(a) An applicant for registration or re-registration as a host shall provide to the commission, with a copy to the distribution utility, the following information:
(1) The host's name, trade name, if any, address, service address, telephone number, email address, website address, if any, name of distribution utility, meter number, and account number;
(2) The name, telephone number, and email address of the individual responsible for responding to commission inquiries;
(3) The identity of the owner and operator of the facility;
(4) A list of all members in the host's group, including each member's name, billing address, service address, account number, meter number, and projected annual load;
(5) Certification that all members of the group have executed an agreement with the host;
(6) A statement that all members and the host are customers of the same distribution utility;
(7) The total historic annual load and the total projected annual load of the host;
(8) The total historic annual load and the total projected annual load of the members;
(9) The fuel source of the host's facility, its generating capacity, the actual annual output of the host's facility, if known, and the projected annual output of the facility;
(10) A statement that the total historic annual load of the members together with the host exceeds the projected annual output of the host's facility;
(11) A statement that the host has provided a copy of the application to the distribution utility;
(12) A statement that the applicant has the authority to file the application on behalf of the host and that the contents of the application are true, accurate, and complete;
(13) Except as allowed by Puc 902.16 and Puc 902.22, a certification that none of the members is a customer-generator;
(14) A statement regarding whether the group is electing to receive on-bill monetary credits;
(15) A statement regarding whether the group has a low-moderate income community solar project;
(16) For groups that elect to receive on-bill monetary credits:
a. The annual credit percentage allocation for the host and each member; and
b. A statement verifying that the specified percentage allocations meet the requirements of Puc 909.12(e); and
(17) For hosts registering a group with a low-moderate income community solar project:
a. Indication of residential end-user customer status for the host and each member;
b. Indication whether the host and each member is a residential end-user customer with household income at or below 300 percent of the federal poverty guidelines;
c. Specification of the amount of any group host or member load attributable to non-residential end-user customers, residential end-user customers, and affordable housing projects;
d. Description of the income verification procedure for the group;
e. Certification that the group meets the requirements of Puc 909.13(d);
f. Certification that the agreement meets the requirements of Puc 909.05(e);
g. Statement confirming that the specified credit percentage allocations meet the requirements of Puc 909.12(c) through (e) and Puc 909.13(h);
h. Certification that no member is also a member of another group at the time of registration;
i. Documentation demonstrating that any member which is an affordable housing project qualifies as such under Puc 902.01; and
j. Description of the direct, quantifiable benefits to be provided by any member which is an affordable housing project to the tenants or residents of that project pursuant to Puc 909.13(e).
(b) The applicant shall sign and date the document.
(c) The individual signing the document shall certify that the information provided is true, accurate, and complete, to the best of the individual's knowledge and belief.
(d) For groups participating in on-bill crediting, member information and credit percentage allocations shall be provided in xls format.
(e) The applicant shall electronically file the document and any attachments, in a format compatible with the computer system of the commission, pursuant to Puc 203.03, or through the following email address: PUCGroupNetMetering@puc.nh.gov. The commission shall accept the document and any attachments through the U.S. mail, by overnight express service, or by hand delivery, if the applicant is unable to file the document electronically.

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N.H. Code Admin. R. Puc 909.09

#10502, INTERIM, eff 1-3-14, EXPIRES: 7-2-14

Amended byVolume XXXV Number 06, Filed February 12, 2015, Proposed by #10757, Effective 1/8/2015, Expires1/8/2025. Amended by Volume XL Number 33, Filed August 13, 2020, Proposed by #13080, Effective 9/14/2020, Expires 9/14/2030

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