Funny comment on facebook! Want to learn more about the PUC's ruling on 14H? Here's the news release we sent out. Also here's Alan Yonan, Jr.'s story in the Star-Advertiser, and Sophie Cocke's article in Civil Beat. These interconnection-related issues are among the regulations that govern the addition of new renewable systems to the grid.
The online application process for Hawaii’s new feed-in tariff (FIT) opened yesterday, Nov. 17, at noon. Oahu applicants with qualifying solar photovoltaic, concentrated solar power, onshore wind, and in-line hydropower systems in the smaller sizes referred to as “Tier 1” or “Tier 2” projects can register online now at hecofitio.com.
The website is operated by the Accion Group, an independent administrator that monitors the feed-in tariff applications on behalf of the Hawai‘i Public Utilities Commission. Don't know what you need to apply? A pre-qualification checklist, list of required documents, and explanation of queuing procedures are also available on the website.