FERC accepts interconnect deals for 75 MW of California solar projects

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Jan. 15 accepted a Dec. 4 filing by Southern California Edison of four Small Generator Interconnection Agreements and four Service Agreements for Wholesale Distribution Service with four related solar photovoltaic project developers.

“The SGIAs specify the terms and conditions pursuant to which SoCal Edison will own, operate, and maintain the interconnection facilities required to interconnect each customer’s project to SoCal Edison’s distribution system and pursuant to which each customer will pay for such facilities,” FERC noted. “The Service Agreements set forth SoCal Edison’s agreement to provide distribution service for the power produced by each project to the California Independent System Operator Corporation grid at the 220kV bus of SoCal Edison’s Vestal substation.”

The projects are:

  • SR Solis Vestal Herder LLC, 20 MW capacity, located at Ducor, Calif., commercial operation on Nov. 20, 2016;
  • SR Solis Vestal Almond LLC, 20 MW, Ducor, California, Nov. 20, 2016;
  • SR Solis Vestal Fireman LLC, 20 MW, Ducor, California, Nov. 20, 2016; and
  • SR Solis Crown LLC, 15 MW, Ducor, California, Nov. 20, 2016.

A project contact is: Josh Fields, Senior Development Manager, SolarReserve, Phone: 310-315-2200, Fax: 310-315-2201, 2425 Olympic Blvd., Suite 500 East, Santa Monica, CA 90404.

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