SCE&G Interconnection Request Application for Generating Facilities No Larger than 20 kW
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Begin by logging in or registering for an account in PowerClerk.
You or your installer will need to provide:
Please review the Installer User Guide for information about SCE&G's application process via PowerClerk.
Special Note to Our Customers:
When you provide your installer with access to your online application, be aware that interconnection agreements are between you and SCE&G, and all application documents will require your electronic signature.
If you have any questions, please contact us at: RenewableEnergy@scana.com
SCE&G must have safe and unrestricted access to the customer’s disconnect switch and metering equipment at all times. The main house meter, solar generation meter, and disconnect switch cannot be located within a locked, fenced area. In the event of an outage, our field personnel may need access to the disconnect switch to prevent the solar system from back-feeding electricity to our lines. Solar customers should be made aware of this requirement by the solar installer at the beginning of the sales process. If the equipment is not accessible, the installation will fail the SCE&G Utility-side Inspection and the meters will not be installed until access is ensured. The main house meter, solar generation meter, and disconnect switch should always be located in immediate proximity of each other. One option would be to relocate the customer’s fence.
You can access our requirements at SCE&G Solar Equipment Requirements.