Southern California Edison files interconnect for SunEdison solar project

Southern California Edison filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Sept. 28 a Generator Interconnection Agreement for a Generating Facility Interconnecting Under the Fast Track Process and a Service Agreement for Wholesale Distribution Service with SunEdison Utility Solutions LLC.

SunEdison submitted applications to SCE to interconnect its proposed 3.5-MW solar photovoltaic facilities, named the Mission Blvd. Pomona CAMission I & II Project, located in Pomona, California, to SCE’s distribution system at the PME4303 switch on the Roselawn 12-kV distribution line out of the Ganesha 66/12-kV Substation and transmit energy to the California Independent System Operator-controlled grid.

SunEdison’s proposed commercial operation date for the project is Jan. 16, 2017.

A project contact is: SunEdison Utility Solutions LLC, Transmission and Interconnection Planning, 600 Clipper Dr., Belmont, CA 94002, Anthony Ha, aha.@sunedison.com.

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