Southern California Ed files interconnect deal for 2-MW Freeway Springs project

Southern California Edison on Sept. 18 filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission a Generator Interconnection Agreement with Freeway Springs LLC.

Freeway Springs had submitted an application to SCE to interconnect a 2-MW (net) solar photovoltaic facility named the Freeway Springs Project, located in Santa Fe Springs, California, at a new 4-way pad-mounted gas switch on the Moody 12-kV distribution line out of the Carmenita 66/12 kV Substation and transmit energy to the California Independent System Operator-controlled grid.

Freeway Springs proposes a commercial operation date of April 28, 2016, for the project.

Developer contact information is: Freeway Springs LLC, Moshe Sassover, Manager,

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