Solar Power

Required Documentation

Be Prepared to Submit Required Documents with Interconnection Agreement

 

To interconnect with SECO Energy’s electric system, several documents are required when submitting the signed Interconnection Agreement. Start the application process by clicking the button below. You’ll establish an online account to begin the interconnect process. Input information about your contractor and receive handy updates from SECO Energy as you move through the process of installing your system. You’ll also be prompted during the process to sign and/or upload the documents below:

 

  • Interconnection Agreement for Customer-owned RGS – click start application to begin the process.

 

  • System Photos (meter, meter with disconnect, inverters/equipment, panels and interconnection point).

 

  • Copy of approved County, State or City electric permit(s).

 

  • Proof of insurance in accordance with Interconnection Agreement for Customer-Owned RGS page 3, Article 8 (not applicable if 10 kW or less).

 

  • One-Line Diagram:  This is a simple drawing of your planned solar array orientation, the disconnect switch location and its proximity to the meter (must be located within five feet). View example

 

Insurance Requirements per Florida Administrative Code based on system size:

 

  • Tier : (Generating Facilities ≤ 10 kW Alternating Current) – Per the Florida Administrative Code: “The investor-owned utility shall not require liability insurance for Tier 1. The investor-owned utility may include in the Interconnection Agreement a recommendation that Tier 1 customers carry an appropriate level of liability insurance.”

 

  • Tier 2:  (Generating Facilities ˃ 10 kW and ≤ 100 kW Alternating Current) – Per the Florida Administrative Code: “A requirement for general liability insurance for personal and property damage, or sufficient guarantee and proof of self-insurance, in the amount of no more than $1 million for Tier 2.”

 

  • Tier 3:  (Generating Facilities ˃ 100 KW and ≤ 2 MW Alternating Current) – Per the Florida Administrative Code: “A requirement for general liability insurance for personal and property damage, or sufficient guarantee and proof of self-insurance, in the amount of no more than $2 million for Tier 3.”

 

  • Rate Tariff:  Read the full tariff related to net metering.