The Los Angeles Department of Water & Power (LADWP) – the nation’s largest municipal utility – processed 400% more solar incentives in the 2011-2012 fiscal year after implementing a new, more efficient program management solution from Black & Veatch and Clean Power Research.
As a result of the new program, LADWP:
- Provided incentives for approximately 1,900 solar projects totaling 21.8 MW of generation, up from 8.8 MW the previous year – more than doubling electric generation from its Solar Incentive Program.
- Reduced application review time by approximately 65%.
- Doubled their rate of payments.
A key feature of the streamlined solution was the integration of PowerClerk®, a self-service online tool that makes it easy to apply for an incentive, and allows program administrators to efficiently process applications.
Learn more about how LADWP is using PowerClerk directly from Kenneth Pritchett, engineering associate at LADWP and manager of the Solar Incentive Program: