SunEdison works out interconnect deal for 2-MW solar project in California

Southern California Edison filed on March 20 at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission a Generator Interconnection Agreement and a Service Agreement for Wholesale Distribution Service with SunEdison Utility Solutions LLC for a 2-MW solar photovoltaic facility.

This is called the SunEdison-Terminal Freezers-Oxnard, CA (Bldgs 906 & 1300) Project, located in Oxnard, California. It would interconnect to the 5-way pad mounted switch on the Ditch 12-kV distribution line out of the Gonzales Substation and transmit energy to the California Independent System Operator-controlled grid. SunEdison proposed a commercial operation date of May 20, 2016.

The GIA describes this project as consisting of four AE Solaron 500-KW inverters and also photovoltaic panels.

Developer contact information is: SunEdison Utilities Solutions LLC, Attn: Project Manager, 600 Clipper Drive, Belmont, CA 94002, Fax (650) 453-5400, Telephone (650) 453-5600.

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