The 2015 Delaware SREC Solicitation results have been announced. All tiers were filled and Delmarva Power opted to accept an additional 3,000 SRECs above the original 9,000 in the base solicitation. All bidders were sent an email with a status of their bid. Bidders can also log on to their account at www.SRECDelaware.com to obtain the status of their bid. The preliminary results are as follows:
The 2015 SRECDelaware Solicitation will close at 5 PM on Friday, April 24th. All applications and bid deposits MUST be submitted by 5 PM EST. If you have already submitted an application but have yet to submit your bid deposit, please be sure to do so. If you are having any issues or if you have any questions, please contact SRECDelaware staff by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 302-495-9999.
The second webinar for the 2015 SRECDelaware Solicitation will be held on Friday, April 17th at 2 PM EST. Those interested in participating can register here. This webinar will be similar to the first webinar which was held on April 8th. Participants will be allowed to answer questions following the webinar. The call-in number for the webinar is +1 (267) 279-9000 and the Participant Pin is 195513#.
The 2015 SRECDelaware Solicitation is now open and accepting bids. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until 5 PM on Friday, April 24th.
The full webinar that was given on April 8th by the SRECDelaware staff about the 2015 SREC Delaware Procurement is now available here. This webinar gives a program overview and walks the viewer through a sample application
The SRECDelaware staff will be hosting the first instructional webinar for the 2015 Delaware SREC Procurement Program on Wednesday, April 8th at 2 PM EST. This webinar will go through the application process step by step and allow potential applicants to ask any questions they may have.
The Delaware Public Service Commission has approved Delmarva Power’s 2015 SREC solicitation filing. The 2015 solicitation will be held according to the following dates:
All systems in the SRECDelaware Procurement Program must have a revenue grade meter installed. For those systems without revenue grade meters, the SEU has granted a six month extension period to have them installed. Below is a list of Delaware solar installation companies who are willing to install revenue grade meters for those systems who do not have them.