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Community Solar Interconnection

The Interconnection Process Consists of the Following Steps:

1. Apply

Submitted application are reviewed for completeness.

2. Approval to Install

Technical screening is performed, followed by site visits and approval to install your facilities. Site visit and cost analysis are also performed.

3. Design & Construction

ACE conducts design engineering and construction activities for the interconnection of your facility.

4. Install

System installed by Developers.
System should not be installed prior to receiving Approval to Install letter.

5. Inspect

System is inspected by customer and ACE.

6. Authorization to Operate

Subscriber is issued an Authorization to Operate letter.
(System should not be turned on until ATO is received.)

ACE is accepting Interconnection Applications for the pilot program by email at All Interconnection Applications will be processed in accordance with New Jersey Administrative Code 14:8-5.

​NJ Community Solar Interconnection Application (pdf)
​CTG Developer Training Material (pdf)

Community Solar Disclaimer:

The technological, legal, and regulatory considerations that apply to the interconnection of solar generation and other distributed energy resources are complex and constantly evolving. To the best of Atlantic City Electric's knowledge, the information presented on the Company's Hosting Capacity Map is accurate in all material aspects. However, Atlantic City Electric and their affiliates cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information found on this map, and any such information is subject to immediate change at any time. Please seek appropriate technical, operational, financial, and legal advice before proceeding.

Atlantic City Electric cannot guarantee nor reserve capacity in the queue for community solar projects. If and when the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities ("BPU") approves a community solar project, any such project will need to be studied at that time to determine the feasibility of interconnection. Accordingly, any interconnection study conducted prior to BPU approval of a proposed community solar project shall not serve to reserve or guarantee capacity for the proposed project, and a post-approval interconnection study shall be required for any such project, the costs of which shall be borne by the customer-generator.

By signing this application, the customer-generator acknowledges the foregoing, and further agrees that Atlantic City Electric Company shall not bear any responsibility for the costs of any interconnection study, nor the cost of any upgrades required for any proposed interconnection, and that any such costs shall be borne by the customer-generator.

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