CPV holds five power sites in four regions around the U.S.

Competitive Power Ventures, which lately has developed a handful of large, gas-fired power projects, apparently has ambitions for more such projects at sites around the country.

On Jan. 29, the company’s CPV Maryland LLC, CPV Shore LLC, CPV Sentinel LLC and CPV Keenan II Renewable Energy Co. LLC project development affiliates filed a report with FERC about the power plant sites they are associated with through Competitive Power Ventures. Specifics are not offered for the location of each site. The areas where these sites are located are:

  • ISO New England, one site, 785 MW, acquired site control in the first quarter of 2012.
  • Southwest Power Pool, one site, 100 MW, acquired site control in second quarter of 2013.
  • PJM Interconnection, two sites, 1,700 MW, acquired control in the fourth quarter of 2011 and third quarter of 2014.
  • Tennessee Valley Authority area, one site, 1,100 MW, gained site control in the third quarter of 2014.

Among the projects that CPV is known to have in early-stage development is the 805-MW CPV Towantic gas-fired facility in Connecticut and the 650-MW CPV Valley Energy Center gas project in New York.

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