Developer of 2-MW Georgia solar project files with FERC

Lakeland Solar Energy LLC, which is developing a 2-MW solar project in Georgia, filed on Nov. 12 at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission a notice of self-certification that it is an exempt wholesale generator (EWG).

Lakeland is an indirect subsidiary of Invenergy Investment Co. LLC, which is in the business of developing or acquiring, through subsidiaries, electric generation facilities and related interconnection facilities.

Lakeland is developing and will construct, own and operate solar-powered electric generation facilities of approximately 2 MW that will be located in Lakeland, Ga. The Lakeland Facilities are expected to begin generating electricity in the unspecified future. Lakeland will sell electric energy and capacity produced from the Lakeland Facilities exclusively at wholesale.

The Lakeland Facilities will be comprised of photovoltaic panels and associated facilities and equipment necessary for the generation of power by Lakeland at wholesale. The Lakeland Facilities will also include radial electric interconnection facilities necessary to allow Lakeland’s wholesale power sales from the Lakeland Facilities. The Lakeland Facilities will interconnect to the distribution system owned by Georgia Power.

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