Panda affiliates seek exempt generator status for Pennsylvania, Virginia projects

Three project affiliates of Panda Power Funds on June 5 filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission separate notices of exempt wholesale generator status for their respective projects.

  • Panda Liberty LLC was formed for the purpose of constructing, owning, and operating the Panda Liberty Project, an approximately 829 MW (nameplate) natural gas-fired facility in Towanda, Pennsylvania. Panda Liberty is a special purpose vehicle managed by Panda Power Funds, a Dallas, Texas-based private equity fund. The project is expected to commence commercial operation by March 2016.
  • Panda Patriot LLC was formed for the purpose of constructing, owning, and operating the Panda Patriot Project, an approximately 829 MW (nameplate) natural gas-fired facility in Montgomery, Pennsylvania. Panda Patriot is a special purpose vehicle managed by Panda Power Funds. The project is expected to commence commercial operation by June 2016.
  • Panda Stonewall LLC was formed for the purpose of constructing, owning, and operating Panda Stonewall Project, an approximately 778 MW (nameplate) natural gas-fired facility in Leesburg, Virginia. Panda Stonewall is a special purpose vehicle managed by Panda Power Funds. The project is expected to commence commercial operation by May 2017.

The company contact in all three cases is: Blake M. Jones, Associate General Counsel and Senior Compliance Officer, Panda Power Funds, 5001 Spring Valley, Suite 1150, West Dallas, TX 75244, Tel: (972) 361-2000, bjones@pandafunds.com.

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