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Generator Interconnection Information

To Sell Electricity You Generate, Our Systems Need to Interconnect

If you are generating electricity through wind, solar, or other generation, and would like to sell your excess energy to us, the first step is to use the information below to apply for the Generator Interconnection program.

Please send checks or money orders to:

Interconnection Coordinator
Room P12-235
1945 West Parnall Road
Jackson, MI 49201

Make checks payable to Consumers Energy Company.


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Information Based on Generator Output


Generators interconnecting in the State of Michigan are broken down into one of five categories based upon aggregate generator system size. The aggregate system size can be determined by summing the nameplate generator size for all generators on a site at 25°C. This includes both new and existing systems for locations where additional generation is being installed. For inverter-based systems, Consumers Energy uses the AC system output in determining the system size.