Southern California Ed files interconnect for 153-MW solar project

Southern California Edison filed on Dec. 22 at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission a Large Generator Interconnection Agreement with North Rosamond Solar LLC and the California Independent System Operator for a 153-MW solar project.

North Rosamond Solar applied to the CAISO to interconnect its proposed 153-MW solar photovoltaic North Rosamond Solar facility to be located in Kern County, California, to SCE’s Whirlwind Substation at t he 220-kV bus and transmit energy to the CAISO-controlled grid. The developer proposes a commercial operation date of Dec. 15, 2016, for the project.

A developer contact is: First Solar Development, VP Project Development, Brian Kunz, Brian.Kunz@firstsolar.com, 135 Main Street 6th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94105. 

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