PJM terminates wholesale deal for Delaware solar project

PJM Interconnection notified the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Dec. 19 of the cancellation of an April 2013 Wholesale Market Participant Agreement with Entitlement Services LLC (ES) and transmission owner Delmarva Power and Light for a 14.9-MW solar project.

“The ES WMPA is being cancelled because a milestone in the ES WMPA was breached and was not cured, resulting in the default of the ES WMPA,” said the PJM notice. The project is under PJM Queue Position #X3-041.

The WMPA covered the Milton solar project, to be located on Sussex County Road 260, Milton, Delaware. This is a 14.9-MW, ground-mounted, inverter-based, solar photovoltaic project consisting of solar arrays and a 480V/13.2kV collector system. It was due under this agreement for commercial operation in 2018.

A developer contact is: Entitlement Services LLC, 33712 Westcoats Road, Lewes, DE 19958, Attn: Preston L. Dyer. 

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