Washington-based Clean Power Research has launched its PowerClerk Interconnect software that provides an online method for processing paper-intensive interconnection application processes.
Funded by a U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Incubator award, PowerClerk Interconnect is intended to help reduce soft costs by streamlining the application process.
Clean Power Research says PowerClerk Interconnect enables utility program administrators to define and update workflows and forms to meet changes in program requirements, without requiring IT involvement. The program features auto-document generation, electronic signature and electronic document storage functions.
Interconnected solar fleet data is stored in secure databases to support distributed generation solar.