RE Roserock eyes September 2016 commercial start for 158-MW Texas project

RE Roserock LLC on Oct. 2 filed with the Public Utility Commission of Texas its registration as a renewable energy generator, saying that its 157.5 MW (ac) solar photovoltaic project is due for commercial operation on Sept. 30, 2016. 

The contact information listed for the company includes:

  • RE Roserock LLC, 293 Mendel Road, Fort Stockton, TX 79735; and
  • Mitchell Randall, 300 California St., 7th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94104, (415)675-1500.

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on March 4 accepted a filing by American Electric Power Service Corp., on behalf of its affiliate AEP Texas North, of a fully executed standard generation interconnection agreement with RE Roserock LLC. The facility’s Clovis Substation is to be located in Pecos County approximately 25 miles west of Fort Stockton, Texas. Once the permanent facilities are completed and energized, the permanent Point of Interconnection will be located about 4.5 miles from AEP Texas North’s Barrilla Junction 138-kV Station.

RE Roserock is an affiliate of Recurrent Energy Development Holdings LLC and Recurrent Energy LLC out of San Francisco.

RE Roserock on Jan. 20 filed with FERC a notice of self-certification of Exempt Wholesale Generator status. Roserock said in that filing that it anticipates that the facility will commence commercial operation by July 2016. All of the output from the facility will be sold exclusively at wholesale under a 20-year power purchase agreement with Austin Energy

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