Old Mill Solar files amended EWG notice for 5-MW Oregon project

Old Mill Solar LLC, which will own a 5-MW photovoltaic project in Oregon, on Jan. 29 filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission an amended notice of self-certification as an exempt wholesale generator.

This project is located in Klamath County, Oregon, and is due to produce test energy in October, the notice said. It will interconnect to the grid at PacifiCorp‘s Bly substation. The company said it is working on a power purchase agreement with PacifiCorp for all of the project’s capacity.

The project company is owned by Obsidian Renewables LLC, with an Obsidian contact being David Brown, Senior Principal, dbrown@obsidianrenewables.com, phone 503-245-8800.

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