SoCal Edison works out interconnect for 8-MW solar project

Southern California Edison on July 24 filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for approval of a Generator Interconnection Agreement and a Service Agreement for Wholesale Distribution Service for an 8.2-MW solar project.

The agreements are with ASE PV Power of Riverside LLC. The planned ASE-Chester T Adams Project is a photovoltaic facility to be located in Riverside, Calif. It would tap into SCE’s Limonite 33-kV line and sell power onto the California Independent System Operator grid.

The Service Agreement calls for operations no later than Dec. 31, 2014, or by completion of related interconnects and approvals.

The ASE PV Power of Riverside contact is Scott Bailey, Vice President of Stronghold Engineering Inc. and Managing Member of ASE PV Power of Riverside.

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