Application Tips and Tricks – Qualified Person and Project Address

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Supplementing previous guidance, the Program Administrator seeks to continue supporting stakeholders in the avoidance of project applications entering Need Info status. 

  • Data Inconsistencies are a common issue that leads to Need Info delays. The following are examples of data inconsistencies the Program encounters often: 
    • Qualified Person: Applications must include the full name of the ‘Qualified Person’ to ensure the application will not result in a Need Info delay. For example – Jane Doe instead of Jane D. This is a common occurrence the Program Administrator sees in Part II, section 3. 
    • Project Address: Ensuring the address listed on supporting documentation is the same address listed in the project application is essential, especially for critical items such as Interconnection Agreements, Net Metering Approvals, and Certified Transcripts of Payroll (for projects subject to prevailing wage). If address information doesn’t match, the application will enter a Need Info status and result in delayed review.