Distributed Generation Information
Warren County REMC supports a mix of power generating resources that utilize traditional means of power generation as well as renewable technologies.
Warren County REMC offers interconnectivity. Interconnectivity allows renewable energy systems to generate power and draw power from Warren County REMC’s grid when needed. Warren County REMC buys energy back from the member at net billing, Rate-Schedule-DG-Distributed-Generation-Rider, provided by our power supplier. Call Warren County REMC for more information.
Since interest in solar power generation, battery storage and electric vehicles is growing, Touchstone Energy has put together FAQ’s and fact sheets to help answer some questions you may have. Click here to go to their site.
If you are installing a distributed generation site over 25kW please check out the Wabash Valley Power Alliance website for more information.
Once Your Renewable Energy System is Installed
Application: Complete the application shown below.
Functional testing: Once your application is accepted, a functional test will be performed at the location of your interconnection with Warren County REMC. The functional test is to ensure that the system cannot backfeed electricity on the lines during a power outage.