Company with 10-MW distributed solar project registers with Texas commission

PowerFin SolarMundo LLC, which is developing 10 MW of total distributed solar around the San Antonio area, on Oct. 26 filed a registration with the Public Utility Commission of Texas as a power generator.

The company said its 100% parent is PowerFin Partners LLC. This is called the SolarHost San Antonio solar photovoltaic project, and will be located at various spots around San Antonio, with interconnection to the transmission system of San Antonio’s municipal utility, CPS Energy.

Company contact information given in the filing is: 100 Congress Ave., Suite 1710, Austin, Texas, 78703, Tuan Pham, President, tpham@powerfinpartners.com, Phone: 512-394-8767.

PowerFin Texas Solar Projects LLC, a solar development firm based in Austin and San Antonio, said May 21 that it recently executed a 25-year power purchase agreement for the sale of up to 3.2 MW of solar electricity to Austin Energy. Said Tuan Pham, PowerFin’s President, in that announcement: “With approximately $150 million of completed solar projects, we are excited to apply our experience in our community.”

PowerFin Texas Solar Projects said it is focused on the development and operation of solar projects in Texas. PowerFin Partners LLC is its national affiliate.

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