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Forms and Standards

EnergyUnited offers two programs for renewable energy

The following documents below will be necessary/helpful in completing an Interconnection Application for EnergyUnited:

  • Interconnection Process This document outlines the basic process for requesting an interconnection with the EnergyUnited electric distribution system.
  • •Small Generation Interconnection Standard – These are the technical requirements for specifying, installing, and operating a small generation system on the EnergyUnited electric system.
  • Application for Interconnection This is the Application for small generation systems 100 kW and under.
  • Small Generation Interconnection Agreement – This is the application for interconnection for small generation systems 100 kW and under.
  • Interconnection Agreement – This is the agreement outlining the operating terms of the interconnection
  • Certificate of Completion – This document is used for Net Metering customers to verify that a system has been completed and inspected.
  • Blank Report of Proposed Construction – This is a blank copy of a Report of Proposed Construction that much be submitted to the NC Utilities Commission before an application is completed.
  • FERC form-556 – While not required for small systems, this form can be submitted to FERC for certification of a Qualifying Facility.
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EnergyUnited serves more than 124,000 electric customers in central and western North Carolina, making it the second largest supplier of residential electricity in North Carolina. EnergyUnited Propane provides propane service to residential, commercial and industrial customers in 63 North Carolina counties and 11 South Carolina counties. LOCATIONS >>
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Mail:
EnergyUnited
P.O. Box 1831
Statesville, NC 28687

1‑800‑522‑3793

Electric:
answers@energyunited.com
Propane:
propaneinquiries@energyunited.com