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After your new PV system is installed, it must be inspected and approved by the local permitting agency. Your installation contractor should handle this for you.
If your system is grid-tied, it will also be inspected by the electric utility of your interconnection. Your local utility has rules and regulations that must be followed for safety and other reasons. Your installation contractor should also handle this.
Inspectors may require your PV installer to make corrections. Do not be alarmed as this is fairly common in the construction industry.
A copy of the permit showing the final inspection sign-off may be required to qualify for a solar rebate or credit program.
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