Yes! I did on July 2, 2018. Quite the journey. Ordered from my Solar provider in April 2017, installed on February 18, 2018, and finally $5,800 for my single Powerwall 2. I received an email about 2 months ago alerting me that they may need to inspect my installation prior to payment. 4 weeks ago I received an email that they had approved my install (no onsite inspection).
Same here. Ordered in April 2017, installed on 12/27, inspected by city on 12/29. Got the same e-mail that payment was pending a possible final onsite inspection. Got the same e-mail that they had approved my install with no onsite inspection. Then I got an e-mail indicating that a check went out, got the check the same day a week ago on Monday, July 2, $11,600 for two Powerwall 2s.
First posted here: : SGIP Update e-mail.
From what I understand the ICF form was submit in May because they had to activate ToU in the Powerwall and until then it's only for full house backup.installed 09/17, PGE PTO and inspections done before new year, ICF draft status since January. NADA. Tried to ping Tesla, they said ICF was submitted in May (although January email from them estimated 90 days till check -- what did they do all that time i wonder), and after that they know nothing of it.
I am guessing it might have something to do with late TBC availability because in theory inspection is expected to demonstrate i can officially load shift (no solar). But on the other hand i do see "payment completed" statuses around my line with no solar ...
incredible, impenetrable, totally opaque bureaucracy.
So I called PG&E and left a message and got a call back. Oddly they told me they were waiting for Permission To Operate (PTO) and single drawing from Tesla. But PG&E had emailed a PTO to me and Tesla two months ago. And when I talked to the solar people at PG&E they could bring up my PTO and single line. I've talked to someone at incentives at PG&E and a support person at Tesla. Hopefully they can get this sorted out.