DNREC’s Division of Energy & Climate has announced changes to the Green Energy Fund grant program for Delmarva Power residential customers.
There is currently a residential delayed payment queue of more than 12 months for the Delmarva Power & Light Green Energy Rebate Program. Please be aware that this payment queue continues to grow as we are receiving an unprecedented number of applications for rebate incentives. The Department (DNREC) is currently conducting a review and evaluation of the program to identify ways to improve program processes and sustain the program to provide appropriate incentives for renewable energy systems in Delaware.
Over the past several months, DNREC has made a few changes to the documentation required to receive a Green Energy Fund Grant. All Part 2 applications now require a photo of the completed renewable energy system. This photo will be uploaded to the online portal at the same time as all the other documents. Secondly, DNREC no longer requires a copy of the system’s warranty or a copy of building inspection approval documents for any type of system.
Below are links to sample ‘Part 1’ applications for the Green Energy Grant program. All of the information listed on each of these applications will be needed in order for your application to be considered. In addition to the information on these forms, all technology types will need to upload the following documents:
The webinar for the Green Grant Delaware program presented on August 1st has been posted and can be viewed below:
The online grant application process for all Delmarva Power customer solar pv, solar hot water, geothermal, and wind grants, as well as all Delaware non-residential and non-profit solar hot water and geothermal grants and the Delaware Sustainable Energy Utility (SEU) Upfront SREC purchase program, will be available at www.greengrantdelaware.com starting at 8:00 EST on August 4th. This online system replaces the paper system currently administered by the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, as well as introducing new SEU sponsored programs with higher caps for non-residential and non-profit solar hot water and geothermal and the SEU Upfront SREC Purchase program.
A webinar will be held on Friday, August 1st at 1:00 EST to cover the both the new Delaware Green Energy Grant Program online application process, as well as the new Delaware Sustainable Energy Utility (SEU) SREC Purchase Program.