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Steps to interconnect with Dominion Energy’s system
Installing solar is a big decision. Make sure you have done your research by reviewing the information on the previous tabs of this web page and consulting with a professional contractor.
After you receive approval from Dominion Energy, move forward with your installation.
After installation, contact your local inspection authority to have the system inspected. Once Dominion Energy receives the release from the local inspection authority, we will update the Certificate of Completion and a utility inspection will be performed.
Our inspection will verify that the system matches the paperwork submitted and meets all Dominion Energy requirements (see requirements on "Consult" tab).
Dominion Energy will install your main meter (bi-directional) and generation meter in the meter sockets you provide.
After you receive approval from us, you may energize your system.
If you have any questions, email or call Dominion Energy at 1-866-660-3705.
The SC Generator Interconnection Procedure (SCGIP), requires Dominion Energy SC to maintain a reserve circuit phase capacity on each circuit for projects ≤ 20 kW. The intent is to prevent larger projects from taking all the capacity and blocking out smaller projects. If you receive this message, your project is on a phase circuit that has reached/exceeded the ≤ 20 kW reserved capacity. This means that ≤ 20 kW interconnection application process can no longer be used and your project will have to follow the ">20 kW SCGIP Fast Track Process", which involves further review by Dominion Energy SC to ensure the system will not affect the safety and reliability on that circuit.
You can resubmit your project for consideration here: https://www.sceg.com/for-my-business/solar-for-your-business#Apply. Your project will then be reviewed to determine if it can be connected to the Dominion Energy grid. Review the SC Generator Interconnection Procedures.