PJM files deal covering uprated Eagle Point plant with FERC

PJM Interconnection on Oct. 5 filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission an executed Interconnection Service Agreement with Eagle Point Power Generation LLC and interconnecting transmission owner Public Service Electric and Gas.

The Eagle Point ISA, designated as Second Revised Service Agreement No. 3402, facilitates the interconnection to the PJM system of a 253 MW generating facility,which consists of an increase of 63 MW to the existing Maximum Facility Output in the amount of 190 MW, located in Westville, New Jersey. The Eagle Point ISA indicates that the plant will have capacity interconnection rights in the amount of 240 MW, which is an increase of 50 MW to the existing 190 MW of capacity interconnection rights previously granted.

Under this agreement, on or before June 1, 2016, Eagle Point must demonstrate commercial operation of all generating units.

This covers the existing Eagle Point plant, located at 1240 Crown Point Road, Westville, Gloucester County, New Jersey. It is to be a 2×2 combined cycle facility, the ISA noted.

A company contact listed in the ISA is: Eagle Point Power Generation LLC c/o Rockland Capital, 24 Waterway Avenue, Suite 800, The Woodlands, TX 77380, Attention: James Maiz.

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection was taking comment late last year on a draft air permit revision that allows major changes for the Eagle Point Power Generation plant. The plant includes two combustion turbines with duct burners. This modification would allow the installation of a second steam generator and the installation of a mechanical-draft cooling tower.

A project contact listed in the New Jersey permitting documents was: James Maiz, Eagle Point Power Generation LLC c/o Rockland Power Partners, Waterway Ave-Suite 800, The Woodlands, TX 77380, phone (281) 863-9006.

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