PJM files interconnect deal with IMG Development for 19.9-MW project in Pa.

PJM Interconnection on Jan. 20 filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission an executed Interconnection Service Agreement with IMG Development LLC and interconnecting transmission owner Pennsylvania Electric for a 19.9-MW, gas-fired project.

The IMG ISA facilitates the interconnection to the PJM system of the Glory Barn Road Generating Facility Alpaca, located in Canton Township, Pa. The project has a Maximum Facility Output of 19.9 MW, and 19.9 MW of Capacity Interconnection Rights. The site address is on Rt 414 and Glory Barn Road. The project consists of five 4-MW reciprocating engines connected to a common bus.

This project, under PJM queue position #Z2-011, is due for commercial operation on or before June 30, 2017.

A project contact listed in the ISA is: Mark Brozina, IMG Development LLC, 301 Oxford Valley Road, Suite 1603-A, Yardley, PA 19067.

That is contact information for Tangibl LLC, which says on its website about its relationship with IMG Midstream: “In the course of preparing rate cases for small gas utilities in the Marcellus Shale region, Tangibl identified the need for alternative markets for natural gas. Given the absence of adequate midstream infrastructure, Tangibl developed the business case for an array of small, gas-fired generators accessing the PJM Interconnection energy and capacity markets. Bregal Energy, one of the world’s leading private investors in energy and enabling technologies, is the financial partner in IMG Midstream. Tangibl is IMG’s Development Partner, and supports development, engineering, construction, start-up and operation.”

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