Developer of 51-MW gas project registers with Texas PUC

Sky Global Power One LLC on Feb. 9 filed a registration statement with the Texas Public Utility Commission related to an in-development power project.

“Applicant owns and will operate an approximate 51 MW natural gas-fired, spark-ignited, reciprocating internal combustion generation plant and certain related generation interconnection facilities to be located in Colorado County, Texas (the ‘Facility’),” the company wrote. “The Facility is expected to commence commercial operations in the early 2016. The Facility will include electric interconnection facilities necessary to effectuate Applicant’s wholesale power sales.

“Applicant will own the electric interconnection facilities that consist of generator leads, step-up transformers, substations and/or other related appurtenant equipment to the point of interconnection. The Facility will be interconnected with the transmission system owned by San Bernard Electric Cooperative (‘SBEG’) located within the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (‘ERCOT’). Applicant will sell electric energy and capacity produced from the Facility exclusively at wholesale.”

Sky Global Power One is owned 100% by Sky Global Power One Pledgor LLC. Sky Global Power One Pledgor is owned 100% owned by Sky Global Power One Holdings LLC.

A company contact is: Randy Bird P. E., Chief Operating Officer, 1302 Waugh Drive, Suite 896, Houston, Texas 77019,, Phone: (859) 200-4752.

Sky Global Power One last October filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission a notice of self-certification as an exempt wholesale generator (EWG), with that notice attached to the Feb. 9 filing at the PUC.

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