Dominion signed several QF contracts in 2014 for North Carolina solar projects

Virginia Electric and Power d/b/a Dominion North Carolina Power filed with the North Carolina Utilities Commission on Feb. 27 a series of contracts for power that it signed in 2014 with solar qualifying facilities.

The contracts filed include:

  • A June 2014 deal with Bethel Solar LLC for the Bethel Solar Facility in Bethel, Pitt County, North Carolina. This is a 15-year deal from the Commercial Operations Date. The facility, consisting of solar panels and six inverters, will have a combined nameplate rating of approximately 5.2 MW.
  • There is an April 2014 agreement with Conetoe Solar LLC for the Conetoe Solar Facility. This is a 15-year deal from the Commercial Operations Date. The facility, consisting of solar panels and five inverters, will have a combined nameplate rating of approximately 5 MW. It is in in Conetoe. Edgecombe County, North Carolina.
  • There is a December 2014 deal with Downs Farm Solar LLC for the Downs Farm Facility. This is also a 15-year deal from the Commercial Operations Date. The facility, consisting of solar panels, will have a combined nameplate rating of about 6.5 MW (dc). The facility is in Dominion North Carolina Power’s retail service area in Cofield, Hertford County, North Carolina.
  • There is a June 2014 contract with Everetts Solar LLC for the Everetts Solar Facility. The facility is located in Dominion North Carolina Power’s retail service area in Williamston, Martin County, North Carolina. This is a 15-year deal from the Commercial Operations Date. The facility, consisting of solar panels and five  inverters, will have a combined nameplate rating of approximately 5 MW.
  • SoINCPower2 LLC has a November 2014 contract, for 15 years, for the GKS solar facility. The facility is located in Dominion North Carolina Power’s retail service area in Belvidere, Perquimans County, North Carolina. The facility, consisting of solar panels will have a combined nameplate rating of approximately 6.5 MW (dc).
  • There is a June 2014 deal, for 15 years, with Jakana Solar LLC. The facility is located in Dominion North Carolina Power’s retail service area in Williamston, Martin County, North Carolina. The facility, consisting of solar panels and six inverters, will have a combined nameplate rating of approximately 6.5 MW.
  • There is a May 2014 deal, covering 15 years, with Pamlico Energy Park LLC for the Pamlico Energy Park Facility. The facility is located in Dominion North Carolina Power’s retail service area in South Mills, Camden County, North Carolina. The facility, consisting of solar panels and 36 inverters, will have a combined nameplate rating of approximately 1 MW.
  • There is a May 2014 amended deal with Plymouth Solar LLC, with the original version signed in 2013.
  • There is a November 2014 deal, for 15 years, with HXNAir Solar One LLC for the HXNAir Solar One Facility. The facility is located in Dominion North Carolina Power’s retail service area in Roanoke Rapids, Halifax County, North Carolina. The facility, consisting of PV solar generator(s), will have a combined nameplate rating of approximately 5 MW (ac).
  • There is a September 2014, 15-year deal with SolNCPower4 LLC for the SolNCPower4 Facility. The facility is located in Dominion North Carolina Power’s retail service area in Tarboro, Edgecombe County, North Carolina. It consists of solar panels and five inverters and will have a combined nameplate rating of approximately 5 MW.
  • There is a September 2014 amendment to a contract with SolNCPower4 LLC.
  • There is a December 2014, 15-year deal with SolNCPower5 LLC for the SolNCPower5 Facility. The facility is located in Dominion North Carolina Power’s retail service area in Battleboro, Nash County, North Carolina. The facility, consisting of solar panels and four inverters, will have a combined nameplate rating of approximately 5 MW.
  • There is a September 2014, 15-year deal with SolNCPower6 LLC for the SolNCPower6 Facility. The facility is located in Dominion North Carolina Power’s retail service area in Sunbury, Gates County, North Carolina. The facility, consisting of solar panels and four inverters, will have a combined nameplate rating of approximately 5 MW.
  • There is a November 2014 contract, for 15 years, with SoINCPower1 LLC for the Two Mile Desert Road Facility. It is located in Dominion North Carolina Power’s retail service area in Winfall, Perquimans County, North Carolina. The facility, consisting of solar panels, will have a combined nameplate rating of approximately 6.5 (dc).
  • There is a June 2014, 15-year contract with Williamston Solar LLC for the Williamston Solar Facility. The facility is located in Dominion North Carolina Power’s retail service area in Williamston, Martin County, North Carolina. It consists of solar panels and six inverters and will have a combined nameplate rating of approximately 6.5 MW.
  • There is a June 2014 deal covering 15 years with Windsor Solar LLC for the Windsor Solar Facility, located in Dominion North Carolina Power’s retail service area in Windsor, Bertie County, North Carolina. The facility, consisting of solar panels and six inverters, will have a combined nameplate rating of approximately 6.5 MW.
  • There is a June 2014 contract covering 15 years with Lewiston Solar LLC, operator of the Lewiston Solar Facility. The facility is located in Dominion North Carolina Power’s retail service area in Lewiston-Woodville, Bertie County, North Carolina. It consists of solar panels and six inverters and will have a combined nameplate rating of approximately 6.5 MW.
  • There is a June 2014 amendment to a 2013 contract with Tier One Solar LLC.
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