New York NYSERDA program and unlisted modules.

electrofelon

Senior Member
For any of you NY guys who might happen to know: Does NYSERDA have any listing requirement for modules installed under their program?

Thanks
 

electrofelon

Senior Member
Ok kept digging and think I found it. Modules must be on the CEC eligible list and NRTL recognized (not specifically UL).
 

jaggedben

Senior Member
Interesting how the California taxpayer has seemingly ended up subsidizing consumer protection for a number of other states.
 

electrofelon

Senior Member
Interesting how the California taxpayer has seemingly ended up subsidizing consumer protection for a number of other states.
Yes thank you! Well we can call it even: Ill bet some of your air quality regulations on cars and motorcycles have cost me a few dimes here and there ;)
 

ggunn

PE (Electrical), NABCEP certified
Interesting how the California taxpayer has seemingly ended up subsidizing consumer protection for a number of other states.
So what? It is far better to have one nationally recognized list than to have every state evaluate every module and inverter, and come up with different results that have to be researched for every job depending on where it is to be built.
 

jaggedben

Senior Member
Yes thank you! Well we can call it even: Ill bet some of your air quality regulations on cars and motorcycles have cost me a few dimes here and there ;)
I thought NY and MA had regulations nearly the same as CA, but point taken.

So what? It is far better to have one nationally recognized list than to have every state evaluate every module and inverter, and come up with different results that have to be researched for every job depending on where it is to be built.
Agreed. Seems like it should be the feds doing it though. I guess my point - if I really had one - was about the ineffectiveness of the national govt compared to the states and local govs in this particular industry.
 
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