If a member decides to purchase a renewable power system for their home, the process to interconnect that system with Laurens Electric is as follows: The member must agree to meet Laurens Electric’s standards for interconnection.
Once the member agrees to meet those standards the next step is for the member to submit an interconnection application with $100 application fee, line diagram and proof of insurance.
Once Laurens Electric approves the interconnection application, next the member will sign an interconnection agreement with Laurens Electric and then be able to move forward with the installation of the renewable power system. After installation, once the system is certified, Laurens Electric will complete the interconnection.
Finally, the member will then be set up with net metering.
For more information about our net metering policy or questions about Interconnection, contact Matthew Smith at 864.683.1682 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let your cooperative help you with your decision to go solar. As your trusted energy advisor, our only interest is helping you make an informed decision about solar energy. We will walk you through the process and help you understand the economics. If you decide solar is right for you, you can choose to use Laurens Electric to install the solar panels at your home. There is no better assurance or peace of mind than allowing YOUR cooperative to help you make the transition to solar.
Whether you decide to utilize Laurens Electric’s solar installation services or not, our purpose is only to help you make an informed decision. For more information, contact your solar advisor, Matthew Smith, at 864.683.1682 or email@example.com.
Community Solar gives members the opportunity to share in the benefits of solar power, even if they can’t, or prefer not to install solar panels on their property.
More Reasons to Go Solar
- You are being environmentally friendly by using power from a renewable resource
- It’s easier, hassle-free; no installers at your home or drilled holes in your roof
- No Home Owners Assocation (HOA) restrictions to overcome
- No liability
- Subscriptions are transferrable
To Learn more about Community Solar, visit the site at communitysolar.laurenselectric.com.
As a trusted source for reliable, affordable and environmentally responsible electricity for more than 75 years, Laurens Electric Cooperative and South Carolina’s 19 other independent, member-owned and not-for-profit electric co-ops developed MySCsolar.com to help members make informed decisions about investing in solar power, proper installation and safety.
Get information about solar basics, finding a contractor, installation, financing and tax incentives.
MySCsolar.com includes information about finding an experienced, certified contractor to install solar photovoltaic (PV) systems, a Do the Math page that gives tips to size a PV system for a home, information about financing and tax incentives and a calculator to determine estimated costs and savings. Other sections include a Final Checklist & Questions and provide information about Energy Storage and interconnect requirements and applications.
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