Southern California Edison files service deals covering four solar projects

Southern California Edison on Jan. 6 filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission four Service Agreements covering the interconnection to the California ISO-operated grid at the Antelope substation of four small solar projects.

The projects are:

  • Summar Solar E2 LLC, 1.5 MW;
  • Summer Solar F2 LLC, 2 MW;
  • Summer Solar G2 LLC, 1.5 MW; and
  • Summer Solar H2 LLC, 1.5 MW.

Contact information in the agreements is for sPower, which says about itself on its website: “sPower, headquartered in Salt Lake City, UT with offices in San Francisco, CA and New York City, NY, is a leading independent power producer (IPP) which owns and/or operates more than 130 utility and distributed electrical generation systems across the US. With a project pipeline greater than a gigawatt, our portfolio of operating projects spans Arizona, California, Connecticut, Hawaii, Indiana, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and Utah.”

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