Recurrent Energy seeks EWG status for three solar projects in California

Three affiliates of Recurrent Energy LLC with affiliated solar projects in California on April 24 filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission notices of self-certification as exempt wholesale generators.

RE Mustang LLC filed its notice related to a 30-MW phase of an approximately 200-MW solar photovoltaic facility and related assets located in Fresno County, California, which is within the California Independent System Operator (CAISO) balancing authority area. RE Mustang anticipates that the facility will commence commercial operation by Sept. 30, 2016. It will be interconnected to the transmission system owned by Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) and will interconnect to the CAISO-controlled grid. Commencing Dec. 31, 2016, all of the output from the facility will be sold exclusively at wholesale under a 20-year power purchase agreement with Sonoma Clean Power.

RE Mustang’s membership interests are wholly owned by Recurrent Energy Development Holdings LLC, whose membership interests are wholly owned by Recurrent Energy LLC. Recurrent’s principal place of business is in San Francisco, California.

The other two notices were from:

  • RE Mustang 3 LLC owns a 40-MW phase of an approximately 200-MW solar facility and related assets located in Fresno County, California, which is within CAISO balancing authority area. RE Mustang 3 anticipates that the facility will commence commercial operation by Dec. 31, 2016. It will be interconnected to the transmission system owned by PG&E and will interconnect to the CAISO-controlled grid. Commencing Dec. 31, 2016, all of the output from the facility will be sold exclusively at wholesale pursuant to a 20-year power purchase agreement with Sonoma Clean Power. RE Mustang 3 is wholly owned by Recurrent Energy Development Holdings.
  • RE Mustang 4 LLC owns a 30-MW phase of an approximately 200 MW solar facility and related assets located in Fresno County, California, which is within the CAISO balancing authority area. RE Mustang 4 anticipates that the facility will commence commercial operation by Dec. 31, 2016. It will be interconnected to the transmission system owned by PG&E and will interconnect to the CAISO-controlled grid. Commencing Dec. 31, 2016, all of the output will be sold exclusively at wholesale pursuant to a 1-year power purchase agreement with Sonoma Clean Power. RE Mustang 4 is wholly owned by Recurrent Energy Development Holdings.
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