The SRECDelaware site is protected by a 128 bit SSL security certificate and all account transactions are conducted using an SSL secured connection with data stored in an encrypted database. You can verify that a proper SSL connection has been established by looking for the green indicator in the URL section of your browser bar with a locked lock symbol followed by “www.SRECDelaware.com” This indicates that you are connected to the legitimate SRECDelaware website run by InClime on behalf of the Delaware Sustainable Energy Utility, and that your data is encrypted before being sent over the internet.
Detailed instructions on how to enter meter readings can be found here.
All SREC payments through the SRECDelaware program are remitted by direct deposit. We do not issue any paper checks. For instructions on how to enter your payment information, click here.
If you look at your account summary page you might see additional SRECs available for sale. All of these additional SRECs are outside of your contract commitment through the SRECDelaware Program. There are two main reasons you may have SRECs in this category. The first is if you created SRECs prior to the start of your contract. All contracts begin in June of the year you entered the program. Any SRECs created before this date will not be sold through the SRECDelaware program. The second reason you may have additional SRECs is if your system created more SRECs than your contract required. The SEU will always purchase an additional 10% of your SRECs on top of your required SRECs but is not obligated to purchase anything over the additional 10%.
Any additional SRECs which are outside of contract commitment can be sold by the system owner however they would like. Once you secure a buyer for these SRECs please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org letting us know you would like us to transfer these SRECs for you. In the email please include the following information:
- Facility name
- Date of SREC generation
- SREC quantity
- SREC buyers GATS account
We will be able to transfer the SRECs for you with 1-2 days.
Instructions for resetting your password and then changing it to a personalized password can be found here.
The solicitation contracts are assignable and the seller can assign the contract to the new home owner by simply filling out and signing the necessary assignment forms. All forms are listed below. Click the name of each document to view and download the form.
The following three documents need to be completed, signed, and returned to the the SRECDelaware Program Administrator:
4. The Ownership Change Form for the Delaware Public Service Commission: This form authorizes the Delaware Public Service Commission to update the owner of the system. This form needs to be signed by both parties.
SREC stands for Solar Renewable Energy Credit. One SREC is created when a solar generator creates 1 MWh (1,000 kWh) of electricity. As a participant in the SRECDelaware Program you will create SRECs by submitting your solar meter reading each month to the SRECDelaware Administrator. These meter readings will be submitted online through the SRECDelaware online portal. You can submit your meter reading anytime between the 1st and the 15th of the month. SRECs are generated and sold separately from the actual electricity produced. The number of SRECs produced is not affected by net metering or the amount of electricity used on-site.
SRECs are minted by PJM-GATS on the last day of every month. The SRECDelaware program administrator initiates the sale of the newly-created SRECs on the first business day of every month. From the date the payments are initiated it typically takes 2-3 weeks for the payments to hit the customer’s bank account. You can check the status of your SREC payments at anytime on your SRECDelaware dashboard.
Questions can be submitted at any time here. All questions that are submitted will be posted in the FAQ or Announcements section of the SRECDelaware website so that all bidders have access to the same information.
All applications are competitively bid. Contracts are awarded at the price bid plus Delaware parts and labor bonus if applicable. In the following scenario there is only room for two contracts, but three facilities have bid.
Facility A bids in at $100/SREC and has Delaware parts and labor. Facility B bids $50/SREC without Delaware parts and labor. Facility C bids $110/SREC without Delaware parts and labor.
Facility A is awarded a contract of $100/SREC but is paid $120/SREC for the first 7 years. Facility B is awarded a contract of $50/SREC and is paid $50/SREC for the first 7 years. Facility C is not awarded a contract.
Contracts are awarded to lowest bidders, ranked by “bid price,” regardless of the Delaware parts and labor price adder.
Detailed Instructions on how to set up your account can be found here.
No, if you don’t owe a bid deposit. Yes, if you do owe a bid deposit. All applications initially show 75% complete when submitted by the applicant. They will switch to 100% once SRECDelaware staff has verified the application complete and any necessary bid deposits have been received and credited. Bid deposits are required for facilities that do not yet have Delaware certification number.
All tiers of the 2014 solicitation will be determined by bid price. There is no bidding advantage gained by entering a bid early in the May 5th to May 23rd bidding window. However, we encourage you to enter your bid as early as possible since that will give us time to identify and work with you to correct any errors or omissions. Also, keep in mind that bid deposit wires must be initiated by 4:00 PM EST on Friday, May 23rd.
Yes. All bids must be re-entered, but systems that applied and were not accepted in previous solicitations are free to enter again in this solicitation.
Only one bid can be entered for all the systems on a given parcel. If several systems have already been built on a parcel, they should all be bid as a single system.
Yes. Any system with a DE certification number can participate.
No. Systems simply need to have a revenue grade meter installed once they’ve won a contract. They do not need a revenue grade meter installed to bid.
By selecting that a given system has a revenue grade meter on the application, you are committing to having a revenue grade meter installed for any SRECs delivered under contract (SRECs produced from June 2013 production onward).
No. Proposed systems bidding in the “N” tiers do not need to be interconnected prior to applying. Systems without a DE certification number must provide the required bid deposit. Accepted systems have one year after the solicitation closes to complete their projects.
All systems applying for the Delaware Procurement program must have a Delaware certification number for their solar array, or obtain a Delaware certification once the array is built.
There is a bid deposit requirement of $100/kw for all proposed systems that do not have a Delaware PSC certification number by the time the solicitation bidding closes. All systems must be completed within one year of the solicitation or be subject to forfeiture of this bid deposit. There is no requirement to demonstrate site control for any bid, however bidders run the risk of losing their bid deposit if they bid on a speculative project that is not completed within this one year limit.
First, any host facility with a leased solar array is cautioned to ensure that they own the rights to the SREC stream from that array before bidding. Winning bidders are responsible for providing SRECs for the entire 20 year term and bidders should resolve any doubts regarding their ability to fulfill the contract term prior to bidding.
Yes. Systems will be paid based on their DE labor and equipment status throughout the term of the contract.
Any facility with a Delaware certification number ratifying its eligibility for the Delaware market may participate. Delaware certification numbers are issued by the Delaware Public Service Commission (PSC).
A typical Delaware certification number uses the following formats:
The Delaware Public Service Commission each year must approve Delmarva Power and Light’s (DPL) filing for the solicitation. Another filing will need to be approved before running subsequent solicitations. The Delaware Renewable Energy Taskforce has been legislatively assigned to review and recommend changes to the design of the solicitations. Each year they review the results of the solicitation and incorporate any lessons learned in to the next solicitation. This review process begins immediately after the solicitation is complete with public meetings running for several months afterward, eventually leading to the next year’s filing. A similar process can be anticipated for this year.