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Renewable Energy

EnergyUnited offers two programs for renewable energy

Would you like to learn more about Renewable Energy? Are you interested in installing your own generation system, but not sure how to start? Many EnergyUnited members have the same questions you do. For this reason, we are pleased to present this page dedicated not only to helping answer your renewable energy questions, but to help you get started on the path to generating your own energy.

EnergyUnited currently offers two programs for interconnecting a small renewable energy generation system to our electric system:

1. Purchased Power program (SGPPS)

This is commonly called a Buy-All, Sell-All arrangement. There are two meters: one for your home measuring everything you use, and another measuring everything produced by your generation system. EnergyUnited pays you a wholesale rate for the energy you produce.

2. Net Metering (NM)

A Net Metering system uses only one meter. Your generation system connects into your main electrical panel and you use the energy yourself. Any excess you produce flows back to the EnergyUnited system and reduces your prior usage.

Use the links below to access a variety of information

  • FAQ – This list of Frequently Asked Questions covers basic information on Renewable Energy as well as details about how your system can connect to EnergyUnited.
  • Interconnection Process – This document outlines the basic steps necessary to connect a generation system to EnergyUnited. This is a must read before beginning a new project.
  • SGPPS Rate Schedule – This is the rate schedule for the Small Generation Purchased Power (Buy-All, Sell-All) Service.
  • Net Metering Rate – This is the rider (in addition to your normal electric rate) for participating in Net Metering.
  • Forms and Standards – These are the technical documents and forms necessary to apply for interconnection with EnergyUnited.
  • NC GreenPower – EnergyUnited members can participate with NC GreenPower to either purchase blocks of renewable energy or as a generator. If you want to install a Buy-All, Sell-All system, you will want to visit this site.
  • Directory of Green Professionals – While EU does not install or sell renewable energy systems or recommend individual companies that do so, this directory will provide a list of companies in North Carolina that do perform these services.

If you have questions that we were unable to answer here or need additional information, use the contact link to send us a private message.

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