SNAP: GVEA's Renewable Energy and Net Metering Program
Launched in 2005, SNAP connects local people who want to produce small-scale renewable energy with local members who want to support it.
SNAP producers install their own renewable power systems. Part of their payments are from voluntary contributions.
In 2010, SNAP Plus was introduced as GVEA's Net Metering Program.
As of December 2017, 188 members currently participate in the SNAP and SNAP Plus programs, of which 96% of capacity comes from solar energy. These producers have a combined capacity of 879 kW.
To be eligible to participate in the SNAP program, a project must be 25 kW or less. The following documents outline the SNAP connection process. Contact our New Construction Dept. at 907-458-5870 or email SNAP@gvea.com with any questions.
A complete application requires the following documents, in addition to the applicable SNAP "One-Line" System Diagram.
SNAP "One-Line" System Diagrams
Please choose the template that closely matches the system configuration you are installing:
- SNAP Traditional, generation-to-grid, one-line submittal
- SNAP Plus: Solar Option 1
- SNAP Plus: Solar Option 2
- SNAP Plus: Wind Option 1
- SNAP Plus: Wind Option 2