Georgia Power signs four deals for 50 MW of solar power

Georgia Power filed a brief notice on Dec. 6 with the Georgia Public Service Commission that it had executed that day four power purchase agreements (PPAs) for a total of 50 MW under its Advanced Solar Initiative.

The winning bidders were:

  • Richland Solar Center LLC, for a 20-MW facility in Jeffersonville, Ga. Richland Solar Center is owned by HelioSage;
  • Dublin Solar I LLC for a 4-MW facility in Dublin, Ga., and Rincon Solar I LLC for a 16-MW facility in Rincon, Ga. Both Dublin Solar I and Rincon Solar I are subsidiaries of Inovateus Solar.
  • New Generation Power Inc. for a 10-MW facility located at Robins Air Force Base in Warner Robins, Ga.

Georgia Power is requesting that the commission approve these PPAs. Trade secret copies of the contracts were provided to the commission staff.

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