Small embedded generation
Apply for inverters no greater than 30kVA.
What is the process?
- Choose your system and installer
- Your installer or solar retailer will verify which export options are available for your location and discuss the options with you
- Your installer or solar retailer will submit your embedded generation connection application on your behalf using SmartApply
- Accept our connection offer at time of application. This will be done for you by your installer or solar retailer
- Your installer will install your system and close it out using SmartInstall
- For installers, if flexible exports apply, see the installer information explained here
SmartApply - apply for inverters no greater than 30kVA quickly and easily online now.
SmartInstall - a hub for Installers to understand what's in progress and what's been commissioned.
Information you'll need
Information you'll need to complete the online application process.
About your approval
Find out more surrounding your small embedded generation approval.
Technical standards and sample documentation
Understand our technical standards and sample documentation associated with small embedded generation.
Training guides on how to use SmartApply and SmartInstall.
Frequently asked questions
Yes, users will retrieve sites via SmartInstall with an NMI and meter number. All sites with a valid NMI and meter number will be retrievable by any registered user.
Yes, the eCoC is a regulated requirement. We understand that there is some duplication between the eCoC and SmartInstall requirements, but we are working with the OTR to help consolidate this in the future.
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