Stakeholder Comments – System Design Criteria

The Illinois Power Agency published a request for stakeholder feedback regarding System Design Criteria in April, 2021. The deadline for submitting comments was extended to May 21, 2021. The stakeholder comments regarding System Design Criteria are posted below: AG Technologies AES Solar Ruyle Mechanical Services WindSolarUSA, Inc. Independence Renewable Energy Accutek Systems Inc. Joint Solar […]

Request for feedback on system design criteria due date extended

On April 22, 2021 the Adjustable Block Program Administrator released a Request for Stakeholder Feedback on system design criteria for distributed generation projects with a deadline of response of May 14, 2021. The deadline for this request for feedback will be extended to May 21, 2021. Additionally, the Agency expects this topic to be discussed at workshops […]

New FAQs posted

The Program Administrator has posted two new Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). The FAQs can be found below: FAQ: What is the process for updating the standing order percentage of a Community Solar project? (Posted to FAQ: Does my system produce electricity in winter months? (Posted to

New FAQ Posted – Does my system produce electricity in winter months?

This FAQ has been posted to the Illinois Shines FAQ page. Question: Does my system produce electricity in winter months? Answer: Yes, solar systems still produce electricity in the winter months, but production could be significantly lower due to winter’s shorter days, the lower angle of the sun in winter, and snowfall that may occasionally […]