PJM terminates interconnect deal for 80-MW Illinois wind project

PJM Interconnection notified the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Sept. 17 of the cancellation of an executed Interconnection Service Agreement (ISA) for an 80-MW wind project in Ogle County, Ill., that dates back to the middle of the last decade.

The ISA had been entered into among PJM, Baileyville Wind Farm LLC and Commonwealth Edison. The Baileyville ISA was designated as Original Service Agreement No. 1351 and was filed with the commission in July 2005, with an effective date of June 22, 2005.

“On August 23, 2013, the owner of the Baileyville Wind Farm submitted a request to PJM to terminate the Baileyville ISA relative to Queue No. K02_CE18,” said the OJM notice. “Consistent with Appendix 2, section 66.1.1 of the Baileyville ISA, the Parties mutually agree to Baileyville’s request to terminate Original Service Agreement No. 1351, effective August 23, 2013 or other date as determined by the Commission.”

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