Market Facing Enhancements:
- DF – Archiving for AVs
This new feature will allow Disclosure Forms to be archived, allowing users to archive and remove unneeded DFs from their current lists. Users will also be able to un-archive DFs if needed.
- Part I Application Validations
This feature adds Program-specific validations into the Part I application, providing users instant feedback when entering project specifications that are outside the bounds of the Program. Validations include but are not limited to:
- Warning message will appear when DC to AC size ratio exceeds 155%.
- Inverter Size AC kW cannot change by more than the greater of 5% or 1 kW from the size noted on the Disclosure Form. The application will now display the value originally entered in the Disclosure Form under the Total Inverter Size AC field.
- Inverter Size DC kW cannot decrease by more than the greater of 5% or 1 kW from the size noted on the Disclosure Form.
- AVs can no longer mark that an application is both a co-location and an expansion.
- Lease & PPA Disclosure Form PDF Page Breaks
This enhancement will ensure that the Value of Electricity and Savings Estimate section on the DG Disclosure Form PDF will not be split up by page breaks, making the section more readable and less confusing for customers who are trying to understand their potential savings.
Market Facing Bugfixes:
- Part II – Subsequent sections missing data when a section is marked not matching Part I
When completing a Part II Application, changing the response to “Does this system still match the information submitted in Part 1?” from “No” back to “Yes” was overwriting new information supplied with the original response, and created an issue when questions/responses not populated in the Part I application overwrote Part II answers with a blank value. To address this issue, the following corrections have been made:
- The Part II Question “Does this system still match the information submitted in Part I?” in each section, will only apply to the given section
- Once the answer to the question is Changed to “No” and Saved, the field will lock, not allowing the user to change the answer back to “Yes” again
- When answer is first changed to “No”, the other Part II fields in that section will retain their original values from Part I until the user changes them