Dominion files service deal for 20-MW Duke solar project

Virginia Electric and Power d/b/a Dominion North Carolina Power filed on Jan. 30 at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission a Service Agreement for Wholesale Distribution Service with Colonial Eagle Solar LLC.

The WDSA provides the rates, terms and conditions under which Dominion will provide wholesale distribution service to Colonial Eagle Solar across Dominion’s distribution facilities to reach the transmission system operated by PJM Interconnection. Colonial owns, controls and operates a 20-MW generating facility located at US 17 Bypass at Old Foreman Road in the City of Elizabeth City, North Carolina. The facility began commercial operations on Dec. 31, 2014.

On Nov. 5, 2014, PJM tendered for filing a three-party interconnection service agreement between PJM, Dominion and Colonial providing interconnection service for the facility. The commission, through delegated authority, accepted the Colonial ISA by unpublished letter order issued on Dec. 19, 2014.  

A project contact is: Colonial Eagle Solar LLC c/o Duke Energy Renewables, Attention: Brian Stallman, Vice President, 139 E. Fourth Street Maildrop 300 A, Cincinnati, OH 45202.

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