The SRECDelaware Spot Auction will now accept SRECs generated from June, 2009 to the present. Order entry for the Spot Auction will open on May 15th at www.SRECDelaware.com and run until May 22nd.
The following links contain the final detailed results from the 2013 Procurement:
The auction requires that I transfer my SRECs in GATS to the SRECDelaware GATS account. How do I do this?
The 2013 SRECDelaware Spot Auction will be held on the SRECDelaware platform from May 15th to May 22nd. The Spot Auction will allow owners of existing SRECs generated from June, 2009 until today to bid to sell their SRECs.
The final price results of the 2013 Delaware Procurement are:
Is the Delaware labor/equipment adder applicable in the last 13 years of the contract?
Yes. Systems will receive credit for both Delaware labor and equipment for SRECs generated in years 13-20.
The summary results for the 2013 SRECDelaware Program will be announced on Wednesday, 5/1/2013. The SRECDelaware Administrator is awaiting “bid” revisions for projects that are tied for a position in the Program. Emails were sent to applicants involved in a bid tie or “partial fill” scenario on Tuesday,4/23/2013. All applicants involved in a bid tie or “partial fill” scenario must respond to the SRECDelaware Administrator by Tuesday, 4/30/2013, per the rules outlined in Section 7.2 of the of the 2013 SRECDelaware Program filing with the Delaware Public Service Commission.
The 2013 SREC solicitation will announce preliminary results for certain winners. Initial winning bids in Tiers N1, N2, and E1 will be notified by email and on the SRECDelaware.com dashboard by the end of Friday, 4/26/2013. Losing applications will not be announced until next week. The remaining results are pending the process described in Section 7.1 of the solicitation rules. , which state:
The 2013 SRECDelaware application window closed, today, 4/12/2013 at 5 pm ET. Applications will no longer be accepted for the 2013 solicitation. The Delaware Sustainable Energy Utility will review applications and process the applications on Friday, 4/19/2013. The solicitation results will be announced shortly thereafter, likely Monday, 4/22/2013.
I don’t have a revenue grade meter and don’t want to purchase one until I find out if I’ve won. Can I check “Revenue Grade Meter” on my application with the understanding that I’ll install a revenue grade meter once I find out that I’ve won?
Yes. Systems simply need to have a revenue grade meter installed once they’ve won a contract. They do not need to be installed to bid.
A webinar covering the scope of the 2013 SRECDelaware solicitation process will be held on Thursday, 3/21/2013 at 2 pm ET.
I have a system that used Delaware labor and/or equipment but was registered before August, 2010 when the law passed granting the DE labor/equipment bonus. Can I bid my system as DE labor/equipment in the solicitation?
Is there a date that limits existing systems, or can any system that has ever been installed compete in the existing system tiers?
Any system with a Delaware solar registration number that has an interconnection date before April 2nd, 2012 can compete as an existing system. Systems with interconnection dates of April 2nd, 2012 and later will compete as new systems.
Program summary and details for the 2013 Delaware SREC Procurement have been posted on the SRECDelaware website. A webinar will be held on March 21st which will cover the solictation process and offer an opportunity to ask questions about the Procurement process. Applications will be accepted starting March 25th and running through April 12th. All tiers will be bid based on price, so applications can be accepted at any time during the open period without impacting a bid’s chance of winning.
The 2013 Delaware SREC solicitation has been approved by the Public Service Commission. The solicitation will be held on the SRECDelaware.com platform. The auction platform will begin accepting applications on March 25th and close on April 12th. Results are anticipated to be released on April 19th.
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