Making the decision :
Your first step is to call Yuma Solar for a free technical consultation and written estimate.
A Yuma Solar trained technician will assist you with all paperwork related to the APS interconnection program.
Moving forward :
When you decide to install a solar system, you must submit an APS
Interconnection Application online. The application consists of information about your proposed solar system and a quote providing the itemized total cost for the solar system, including installation costs.
After approval of the Interconnection Application, APS will prepare an Interconnection Agreement. You will then review, sign and upload to APS a copy of the Interconnection Agreement and a few other required forms.
After the system installation has passed inspection, APS will send an authorization letter or e-mail providing permission to operate the system in parallel with the utility grid.
For residential tax credits, use Federal tax form 5695 and Arizona state tax form 310.
For business tax credits, use Federal tax form 3468 and Arizona state tax form 336.