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Forms

  • Forms for the Public
    • Notice of Intervention Form
    • Motion to Intervene Form
    • Net-Metering Hearing Request Form
    • Request for Waiver of Requirement to Use ePUC Form
    • Prefiled Testimony
  • Forms for CPG Holders
    • CPG Municipal Notice Form
    • Net-Metering CPG Transfer Forms
    • Current Net-Metering CPG Holder Certification Form
    • Vermont Renewable Energy Standard Tiers I and II Qualification Registration Form
  • Forms for Applicants
    • Checklist - Applications for net-metering systems greater than 50 kW and that are not located on a roof or hydroelectric facilities 
    • Net-Metering Registration Form (for hydroelectric systems, for ground-mounted systems up to 15 kW, and for roof-mounted photovoltaic systems up to 500 kW)
    • Net-Metering Separate-Plant Determination Form
    • Net-Metering Petition Waiver Form
    • Department of Public Service and Public Utility Commission Application Fee Form
    • Agency of Natural Resources Application Fee Form
    • Telecommunications Application Forms
  • Tips for Completing Fillable PDF Forms

Forms for the Public

Notice of Intervention Form - updated 1/18/2023

Motion to Intervene Form - updated 1/18/2023

Net-Metering Hearing Request Form - updated 1/18/2023

Request for Waiver of Requirement to Use ePUC Form - for use starting 1/18/2023

Prefiled Testimony

Commission Rule 2.213(C) states the formatting requirements for prefiled testimony.  While the preferred form for prefiled testimony is question and answer format, prefiled testimony may also be filed in a narrative format.  All prefiled testimony must: (1) be typed and double spaced; (2) include line numbers in the left-hand margin; and (3) be preceded by a separate page that provides a short summary of the testimony and exhibits referred to in the testimony.  The Commission has developed an editable Word template that meets these formatting requirements.  To help witnesses understand what "question and answer form" means, here are three sample documents that were filed with the Commission.  Sample 1, Sample 2, Sample 3

Forms for CPG Holders

CPG Municipal Notice Form  Pursuant to Act No. 174 of the 2016 Legislative Session, the holder of a certificate of public good (CPG) or amendment to a CPG for an in-state generation facility with a capacity that is greater than 15 kilowatts shall, within 45 days of issuance, record a notice of the CPG or amended CPG, on the form prescribed by the Public Utility Commission, in the land records of each municipality in which a facility subject to the CPG is located. The CPG holder shall also submit proof of this recording to the Public Utility Commission at 112 State St., Montpelier, VT  05620-2701. - updated 1/18/2023

Net-Metering CPG Transfer Form  For cases where the land hosting the system is sold and the transaction includes ownership of the system.  (For example a homeowner sells their home and the solar panels in the back yard to a new homeowner.) - updated 1/18/2023

Net-Metering CPG Transfer Form for Net-Metering Systems Sold Separately from Land    (For example, Solar Company A sells a system that is located on a farm to Solar Company B while ownership of the farm is not part of the transaction.) - updated 1/18/2023

Current Net-Metering CPG Holder Certification Form Required when filing in ePUC a net-metering CPG transfer form for systems sold separately from land. - updated 1/18/2023

Vermont Renewable Energy Standard Tiers I and II Qualification Registration Form   For facilities seeking to be qualified under Tiers I or II of the Renewable Energy Standard.

Forms for Applicants

Checklist - Applications for net-metering systems greater than 50 kW and that are not located on a roof or hydroelectric facilities. 

Net-Metering Registration Form  (for hydroelectric systems, for ground-mounted systems up to 15 kW ,and for roof-mounted systems up to 500 kW) - updated 1/18/2023

Net-Metering Separate-Plant Determination Form  (for situations where two or more net-metering facilities are proposed to exist at the same service address or on the same parcel, and the applicant or applicants for those facilities wish to rebut the Commission's default presumption that two or more facilities, with no more than 15 kW located on the ground, collocated at the same service address or on the same parcel are a single plant) - updated 1/18/2023

Net-Metering Petition Waiver Form On October 1, 2021, the Commission held an information session regarding the net-metering waiver procedure. The transcript can be accessed by clicking here.

Department of Public Service and Public Utility Commission Application Fee Form (The Department of Public Service collects an application fee from applicants for in-state generation facilities, including all net-metering facilities. The fee provides financial support for the regulatory processing and review of generation facilities conducted by the Department of Public Service and the Public Utility Commission)

Agency of Natural Resources Application Fee Form (The Agency of Natural Resources (ANR) collects an application fee for reviewing petitions for in-state facilities under Section 248 and Section 248a.)

Telecommunications Application Forms