PURPA QF Interconnections

Applications are placed in the queue and processed on a first-come, first-served basis. View the application list, which will take you to the Open Access Same-Time Information System (OASIS) site. From the left menu bar, click “Generation Interconnection,” then “Generation Interconnection Queue.”

Idaho Generators

Schedule 72 Interconnections To Non-Utility Generation

Step 1:
The Idaho Generator Interconnection Request Application Form must be completed and submitted for all generator interconnections to the Idaho Power system. Proof of site control and a deposit are required.

Step 2:
The Feasibility Study Agreement includes general review of system impact, capacity constraints and any potential issues with the customer’s choice of point of interconnection.

Step 3:
The System Impact Study Agreement provides a detailed assessment of transmission system adequacy to accommodate the project. This step may not be necessary for some projects depending on size and location. A deposit is required.

Step 4:
The Facilities Study Agreement includes design and engineering studies to determine design and specifications. Construction options are provided to the customer. A deposit is required.

Step 5:
Interconnection Agreement. All projects are subject to technical requirements under the Interconnection Agreement once the project becomes operational.

A Idaho Generator Interconnection Agreement Schedule 72 is required.

Oregon Generators up to 10 MW

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Small Generator Interconnection Rules

Application for Small Generator Facility Interconnection Tier 2, Tier 3 or Tier 4 Interconnection for Small Generator Facilities with Electric Nameplate Capacities of 10 MW or less.

Interconnection Feasibility Study Agreement

Interconnection System Impact Study Agreement

Interconnection Facilities Study Agreement

Small Generator Facility Interconnection Certificate of Completion Form

Interconnection Equipment As Built Specifications, Initial Settings and Operating Requirements

Interconnection Agreement for Small Generator Facility Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 3 or Tier 4 Interconnection for Small Generator Facilities with Electric Nameplate Capacities or 10 MW or smaller.

Oregon Generators over 20 MW

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Standard Interconnection Procedures and Agreements Adopted for Large Qualifying Facilities

Qualifying Facility Large Generator Interconnection Agreement (QF-LGIA)

Generator Interconnection Contacts

Generator Interconnection — Physical Connection to the Wires
Jeremiah Creason
208-388-2658 (voice)
208-388-5504 (fax)
generatorinterconnection@idahopower.com

QRE Service Questions
Aubrae Sloan
208-388-5697 (voice)
208-388-6911 (fax)
asloan@idahopower.com

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