PJM terminates agreement for 10-MW solar project in New Jersey

PJM Interconnection notified the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Dec. 9 of the cancellation of a Wholesale Market Participant Agreement (WMPA) for a 10-MW solar project in New Jersey.

The WMPA had been entered into among PJM, Strategic Environmental Partners LLC (SEP) and Jersey Central Power & Light, a FirstEnergy (NYSE: FE) company. “The SEP WMPA is being cancelled because SEP has decided to not move forward with its project and will not participate in PJM’s markets,” PJM told FERC. “PJM is submitting this filing to notify the Commission that the parties agree to the cancellation of Original Service Agreement No. 2719 to be cancelled effective as of January 6, 2014.”

This was called the Fenimore Landfill project, located in Roxbury, N.J. The 10-MW project would have used 73,535 Uni-Solar PVL-136 solar laminates, bonded to a PVC/TPO membrane, and 20 inverters of 500 kW each.

The developer contact information is: Strategic Environmental Partners LLC, 7 Michael Ct., Millstone Twp, NJ 08510.

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