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NCSEA Maps Current Capacity Awaiting Interconnection at Substations Across the State

Posted By Emily Holmes, Tuesday, March 1, 2016
Updated: Tuesday, March 1, 2016


NCSEA's market intelligence team has mapped out the queued capacity and voltage information for individual substations using Duke Energy Carolinas (DEC), Duke Energy Progress (DEP), and Dominion North Carolina Power’s (DNCP) Interconnection Queue Performance Report. Interconnection is the process by which generating resources including solar, wind, biomass, and battery storage tie to the electric grid. The standards set for this process determine the financial and administrative ease or difficulty of connecting clean energy to the grid. NCSEA continues to work with stakeholders on ways that will make interconnection easier and more streamlined. The purpose of this map is to illustrate the current capacity awaiting interconnection at specific substations across the state.

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