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The details still need to be worked out for the primary screen that addresses network interconnection.

“4. Screening Criteria for Determining Grid Impacts

Primary Screening Criteria

2. For interconnection of a proposed generator to the load side of spot network protectors, the proposed generator must utilize an inverter based equipment package and, together with the aggregated other inverter-based generation, will not exceed the smaller of 5% of a spot network’s maximum load or 50 kW [IP POSITION: AND MUST COMPLY WITH ALL REQUIREMENTS OF IEEE P1547, SECTION 4 “INTERCONNECTION TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS”].

3. [SGC POSITION: FOR INTERCONNECTION OF GENERATORS TO THE LOAD- SIDE OF SECONDARY GRID NETWORKS, THE PROPOSED GENERATOR MUST BE AN INDUCTION GENERATOR THAT DOES NOT EXCEED 50% OF THE MINIMUM LOAD OF THE HOST FACILITY OR A GENERATOR WITH AN INVERTER-BASED EQUIPMENT PACKAGE WHICH DOES NOT EXCEED THE GREATER OF 50% OF THE MINIMUM LOAD OF THE HOST FACILITY OR 20 KW NOT EXCEEDING 30% OF PEAK LOAD.]

[IP/NARUC POSITION: THE PROPOSED GENERATOR CANNOT BE CONNECTED ON THE LOAD SIDE OF A SECONDARY NETWORK PROTECTOR, EXCEPT AS ALLOWED UNDER SECTION 4.a.2 (SPOT NETWORK) ABOVE.]”

Source:  Report to FERC on Standardization of Small Generation Interconnection Agreements and Procedures, November 12, 2002

Note: SGC POSITION - Small Generator

IP POSITION - Interconnection Provider

NARUC POSITION - National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners

Approaches from Other States and Jurisdictions     FERC

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