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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 20. Public Utilities And Telecommunications
Title 20. Public Utilities And Telecommunications
Agency 5. State Corporation Commission

Chapter 314.
Regulations Governing Interconnection of Small Electrical Generators and Storage
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Section 10
Applicability and scope; waiver
Section 20
Section 30
Siting of distributed generation facilities
Section 35
Section 38
Queue number and interdependent projects
Section 39
Modification of the interconnection request
Section 40
Level 1 interconnection process
Section 50
Levels 2 and 3 interconnection request general requirements
Section 60
Level 2 Interconnection Process
Section 70
Level 3 interconnection process
Section 80
Interconnection metering
Section 90
Commissioning tests
Section 100
Section 110
Confidential information
Section 120
Equal treatment
Section 130
Record retention and reporting requirements
Section 140
Coordination with affected systems
Section 150
Capacity of the small generating facility
Section 160
Insurance, liability, and indemnification
Section 165
Assignment; sale of an existing or proposed SGF
Section 170
Schedules for Chapter 314

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