SREC True-ups are applicable for the following cases. Issues and resolutions should be identified in the current SREC Compliance year.
Delayed DOER Approval and MassCEC Registration
If a system is not registered within two reporting periods, prior to the NEPOOL Reporting production quarter: MassCEC reports to NEPOOL GIS on a one quarter delay. Therefore, allowing one month after the quarter ends to register the system and two months for the systems to report.
Example: A system with a SREC effective date in Q4 must be PTS registered in Jan/Feb to allow the system to report February and March’s meter reading. Otherwise, system registration is considered “Delayed”.
If there are difficulties with the meter that is preventing a system from reporting: MassCEC should be notified immediately after the issue is identified. MassCEC will assist the necessary parties in working through the problem, until the issue is resolved.
Parties include: System Owner; Reporter/DAS Provider, Aggregator, and Installer (as noted in the PTS)
Incorrect Meter Reading Reported
If a system owner/reporter or DAS Provider mistakenly enters/uploads the wrong meter reading: MassCEC should be notified immediately after the issue is identified. MassCEC can delete the incorrect meter entry, allowing the correct meter reading to be reentered.
Please note: Production cannot be deleted once reported to NEPOOL GIS and minted.
Other System Matters
Extenuating Circumstances should be forwarded to the Program Director for review and approval.
Significant true-ups (>100 MW) in one quarter, should be reviewed by the Program Director.
Note: Cases in dispute with the Program Director’s resolution will be addressed with DOER.