After you’ve confirmed that the ISO New England interconnection process applies to your project, you will then need to request an ISO customer ID and access to restricted critical energy infrastructure information (CEII).
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If you haven’t already done so, you must complete the following steps before you can submit an IR:
Complete and submit the Request Generation Interconnect Customer ID to get an ISO customer ID. If you already have an ISO customer ID, you’ll use that ID and your customer name as it appears in the Customer Asset Management System (CAMS) database. Note: The ISO customer ID name must match across all ISO registrations, submissions, and systems.
Submit a request to access restricted critical energy infrastructure information because you’ll need to provide and view restricted CEII as part of the interconnection process. After the ISO has approved your CEII access (Follow the instructions for requesting access to the appropriate CEII materials), it will issue you a digital certificate.
The web-based Interconnection Request Tracking Tool (IRTT) is used to submit requests to interconnect proposed generators or elective transmission upgrades (ETUs) or upgrades to existing generators or ETUs, to submit required documentation, and to monitor the progress of your interconnection request. You will need to complete the IRTT request account process:
The interconnection process rules are detailed in the ISO’s Open Access Transmission Tariff (OATT). See the applicable schedule:
Next step: Submit an Interconnection Request