These generator interconnection guidelines outline the process, requirements and agreements for installing or modifying generation projects connected in parallel with the Presque Isle Electric & Gas electric distribution system.
If the member is going to interconnect a generator to the PIE&G utility grid, you need to complete the interconnection application, interconnection agreement and comply with the terms and conditions. Also below is the PIE&G Net Metering Tariff. The intent of this tariff is to allow a small power producer such as a small wind turbine to help offset the electric use of a residential customer and how “NEG” Net Excess Generation is to be credited.
These guidelines comply with the Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) rules established in MPSC Order-Case U-13745. * The guidelines protect the safety of utility workers, and ensure safe operation of generators and distributed generation units in conjunction with utility company electric systems.
Glossary of Terms
Interconnection Application (<20kW Renewable only)
Green/Renewable Energy – Rider Tariff Sheet
Distributed Renewable Energy Agreement
Buy-All Sell-All Agreement
Net Metering Program Tariff Sheet (only for enrollment prior to June 1, 2017)*
*New enrollment is done through the Distributed Renewable Energy (DRE) program, above.
The State of Michigan has also provided the helpful link below that should answer any questions pertaining to wind generation applications. The following information and links to other websites are provided for educational purposes only and should not be construed in any manner as a recommendation or endorsement by PIE&G to induce purchase of any products or services related to interconnection.
Small Wind Electric Systems: A Michigan Consumer’s Guide