Do you own or plan to develop a solar farm or non-solar generating facility? Are you interested in selling the power in excess of what you use to PG&E or on the open market via PG&E's distribution or transmission network? If so, you are considered a Wholesale Generator.
There are several types of Wholesale Generation projects:
Interconnection is the physical connection that allows the electric generator and the utility system to interoperate. Regardless of your Wholesale Generation category, you'll need an interconnection agreement with PG&E to meet federal and state regulations. The reasons for this are:
PG&E's Generation Interconnection Services (GIS) team offers outreach and education to customers, contractors, developers and local governments about the interconnection process. We’re here to help you manage the process to ensure a safe, reliable interconnection to the PG&E electrical system:
If you're just starting down the path of wholesale generation, this website is a great place to learn about interconnection and find links to information about the different wholesale generation categories.
To contact a GIS representative, email firstname.lastname@example.org.