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Community Solar

SOLAR ELECTRICITY FOR COMMUNITY BUILDINGS


The Province of Nova Scotia’s Solar for Community Buildings Pilot Program enables eligible community groups and organizations to generate solar photovoltaic electricity on their roofs or properties and sell it to their utility under a 20-year contract.

HOW TO APPLY

Visit www.novascotia.ca/solar to learn more.

SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS

Interconnection Request Process

Attach scanned copies of:

  • Manufacturer information for the protective equipment (see Section 6);
  • Range of settings, including proposed, for each of protective functions (see Section 6);
  • Single-line diagram (see Section 7);
  • Site plan (see Section 7).
  • Protective device data to control interconnection (see Section 7).
  • Point-of-Contact information for Interconnection, if different than customer (see Section 7).

Attach all of the above in an email and send to nspower.ca

You can also mail completed application forms to:

Nova Scotia Power Inc.
P.O. Box 910, Halifax NS B3J 2W5
ATTN: Community Solar Program

 

Other Important Related Documents For Review:

  • Interconnection Guidelines – Please ensure you read and familiarize yourself with this document prior to submitting an interconnection request
  • Interconnection Agreement – NS Power will contact you when your interconnection request has been reviewed and we are ready to review your signed interconnection agreement.

Note: Interconnection Agreement is not to be included with your interconnection request form.

Questions about the program

Send your questions about the Solar for Community Buildings Pilot Program to novascotia.ca or visit www.novascotia.ca/solar

Technical questions or questions about the Interconnect Process

Let us know at nspower.ca