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PECO is committed to providing safe and reliable service for customers while also supporting the interconnection of customer-owned renewable energy and Distributed Energy Resources (DER), like solar. Some locations within the PECO service territory have greater potential to support such interconnections than others.
To make it easier for customers and developers to determine the preliminary feasibility of installing DER at a certain location, PECO has developed a new mapping tool of our service territory. The locations of PECO distribution equipment are generalized.
NOTE: Some sections of Center City, Philadelphia – specifically within the boundaries of Vine and Pine streets (north-south) and the Schuylkill and Delaware Rivers (west-east) – are potentially less viable for the installation for DER.
By viewing the map below, you agree and acknowledge that:
The information in this tool is for guidance purposes only and is not guaranteed.. It may reflect incomplete, incorrect, or outdated information. PECO may add, modify or delete any information contained in this tool without prior notice.
You will not reproduce or use in any other medium, distribute, or otherwise use the tool or its information for any purpose other than analysis of interconnection viability.
PECO’s official position regarding any specific interconnection location will be given to you only in response to your submittal of a formal interconnection application, which can be found on our
Smaller Generators page. Subject to your specific situation, PECO’s response may require further action to be taken and/or further expense to be incurred by you in order to complete the interconnection.