Launched in 2005, SNAP connects local people who want to produce small scale renewable energy with local members who want to support it.
SNAP producers install their own renewable power systems. Part of their payments are from voluntary contributions.
Approximately 75 members participate in the SNAP program. Their projects have a combined capacity of 1.5 megawatts.
In 2010, SNAP Plus was introduced as GVEA's Net Metering Program.
Application Packet: (A completed application requires the following six documents, in addition to the applicable SNAP "One-Line" System Diagram.)
- Checklist for SNAP Service Application
- SNAP Service Application
- SNAP Power Purchase & Interconnection Agreement
- Electrical Load Data and Electrical Print Form
- W-9 Form
SNAP "One-Line" System Diagrams (choose the template that closely matches the system configuration you are installing)
- SNAP Traditional, generation-to-grid, one-line submittal
- SNAP Plus, OPTION 1 (Cogen meter equipment to main service equipment distrubution panel)
- SNAP Plus, OPTION 2 (Cogen meter equipment to main service meter equipment)