NextEra unit seeks EWG status for 20-MW Nevada solar project

Mountain View Solar LLC on Sept. 20 filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory commission a notice of self-certification of its status as an exempt wholesale generator (EWG) for its 20-MW solar project in Nevada.

The company is a wholly-owned direct subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources LLC, which is a wholly-owned indirect subsidiary of NextEra Energy (NYSE: NEE).

Mountain View will own and operate a photovoltaic solar facility with a nameplate capacity of approximately 20 MW. The facility is located on a site in Clark County, Nev., and will operate within the Nevada Power d/b/a NV Energy balancing authority area, and will interconnect to NV Energy’s breaker #3606 bus work inside of the existing Gypsum 138 kV Substation. Mountain View Solar will own a 138 kV interconnection tie line, along with other interconnection-related facilities.

The contact information for the company is:
 Mountain View Solar LLC, 700 Universe Blvd.,
 Juno Beach, FL 33408-0420.

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