Southern California Edison files service deals for two 1-MW solar projects

Southern California Edison on Nov. 30 filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission a Service Agreement for Wholesale Distribution Service with Mirasol Development LLC covering a tap on its existing Linnell 12-kV distribution line out of Rector 66/12-kV Substation for a 1-MW solar project.

Mirasol had requested interconnection of its generating facility named the Ivanhoe Land 1A Project. The Service Agreement provides that service will commence on the later of (1) Oct. 31, 2016, or (2) the date on which construction of any Direct Assignment Facilities and/or Distribution System Upgrades are completed and all additional requirements are met, or (3) such other date as it is permitted to become effective by the commission.

Southern California Edison on Nov. 30 separately filed with FERC a similar agreement with Mirasol for a tap on its existing St. Johns 12-kV distribution line out of the Venice Hill 66/12kV Substation for the Ivanhoe Land 1B Project. This Service Agreement sets forth SCE’s agreement to provide service for 1 MW of power produced by the project. The agreement provides that service will commence on the later of (1) Oct. 31, 2016, or (2) the date on which construction of any Direct Assignment Facilities and/or Distribution System Upgrades are completed and all additional requirements are met, or (3) such other date as it is permitted to become effective by the commission.

A project contact in both cases is: Mirasol Development LLC, Genevieve Liang, SVP Development, gl@mirasoldev.com, 9415 Culver Blvd., Culver City, CA 90232.

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