Distributed Generation, (DG), is a term to describe in most cases small, renewable fuel(s) generators intergrated into
the nationwide electrical distribution grid. The State of Wisconsin Public Service Commission has developed standards
and guidelines, (WPSC CH 119), for connecting DG into the electrical grid. Chippewa Valley Electric Cooperative follows as much as possible those
guidelines. We are currently working on the forms, procedures and guidelines for members to use when connecting a
qualifying DG system. This web page will be updated as the forms and procedures are developed.
The following Forms and Applications are, drafts, and are saved as Adobe Portable Documents (PDF).
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Wisconsin Public Service Commission Chapter 119 State of Wisconsin's Rules and Guidelines
DG Process Flow Chart (inquiry to completion)
20 Kw or Less DG Application Form
20 Kw or Less DG Interconnection Agreement Form
Distributed Generation Diagram