Southern works out interconnect deal for 100-MW solar project of Infigen

Southern Company Services, on behalf of various utility subsidiaries of parent Southern Co. (NYSE: SO), on June 5 filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission an executed Large Generator Interconnection Agreement dated May 26 with Infigen Energy US Development LLC for the 100-MW (net) Georgia Solar III project.

On March 5, 2015, Infigen submitted an interconnection request to Southern for this solar photovoltaic (PV), inverter-based generator array. The facility is to be located in Monroe County, Ga., and will have a nominal net capacity of 100 MW at the Point of Interconnection. The Point of Interconnection will be where the generator tie line terminates on the bus of the IC-340 Interconnecting Substation.

The project’s targeted commercial operation date is Dec. 31, 2016.

A project contact is: Infigen Energy US Development LLC,Attn: David Savage, 6688 North Central Expressway, Suite 500, Dallas, TX 75206, Facsimile: 214-368-9929, david.savage@infigen-us.com.

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