Two-Step Application Process
ALL RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS AND NONRESIDENTIAL PROJECTS < 10 KW
The SGIP releases new forms as needed, and required forms vary by Program Administrator. The document refenced below are applicable for projects requesting an incentive reservation for the current program year. Legacy documents can be downloaded here.
The SGIP application process is managed by an Applicant, an entity assigned by the Host Customer to submit documents on their behalf through the SGIP application portal. The Applicant is usually the contractor or developer for the project. Only the Applicant can access the application in the portal.
All projects must be assigned to an approved SGIP Developer (usually the contractor) in order to submit a reservation request. Information on becoming an approved developer can be found at www.selfgenca.com/home/dev_register.
All nonresidential projects greater than or equal to 10 kW apply for the Self-Generation Incentive Project via the three-step process.
Submit Reservation Request Form (RRF) and accompanying documentation
Required documents may vary based on budget category, system size and technology type.
Project is assigned funding
Reviews Reservation Request Form (RRF)
The Program Administrator reviews your application and supporting documentation. You may receive notice for missing information or clarification during this process.
Confirmed Reservation Letter Issued
Funding gets reserved for the project.
Submit Incentive Claim Form (ICF) and accompanying documentation
Incentive Claim Form (ICF) documents located in application documents and forms section of document library .
Reviews Incentive Claim Form (ICF) documents
Schedules site inspection (if applicable)
An inspection is required for most projects.
Incentive payment process begins
Performance-Based Incentive (PBI) process begins (non-residential projects only)
Only non-residential projects are subject to Performance-Based Incentive (PBI).