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Interconnection Process
Interconnection Process » Central Hudson » Distributed Generation » Interconnection Process

We recommend reviewing the material below if you have never submitted an Application for Interconnection to Central Hudson via the web.

Application Process

Generators less than 5MW in size
Generators less than 5MW in size are subject to the New York State Standardized Interconnection Requirements. Please read through the New York State Standardized Interconnection Requirementsto become familiar with the interconnection process. To interconnect your generator with Central Hudson, you must complete the required application and supporting documentation, and submit to Central Hudson via PowerClerk.

For a list of required supporting documentation, please refer to the Interconnection Application Documents and the Process Steps Section of the New York State Standardized Interconnection Requirements. Applications cannot be reviewed for approval until a complete application package is received.

Your application will be approved if your generator interconnection meets New York State Standardized Interconnection Requirements and does not have an adverse impact on other electric utility customers. We also recommend that you use Type Tested and Approved Equipment to facilitate the process and ensure that you meet safety requirements. Once you are approved for interconnection, you may proceed with construction of your system. Upon completion, you must provide Central Hudson with proof of electrical inspection and schedule an interconnection test with Central Hudson. 

Online Information and Data Access
By entering the Central Hudson Account number provided to you by the customer, the below link enables installers to obtain online up-to-date information regarding customer usage and billing history. (The 10-digit utility account number must be entered without dashes.)