Southern California Ed files service deal for 3-MW solar project

Southern California Edison (SCE) filed on April 7 with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission a Service Agreement for Wholesale Distribution Service with PVN Management LLC for a 3-MW solar project.

PVN Management submitted an application for wholesale Distribution Service from a tap on the Mescal 12-kV distribution line out of the Milliken 12-kV Substation through SCE’s distribution system to the California Independent System Operator-controlled grid. This is called the Milliken Landfill Solar I and II Project.

The Service Agreement sets forth SCE’s agreement to provide Distribution Service for 3 MW of power produced by the project to the CAISO grid at SCE’s 220-kV Bus at the Mira Loma Substation. The Service Agreement provides that service will commence on the later of: Nov. 15, 2016; or the date on which construction of any Direct Assignment Facilities and/or Distribution System Upgrades are completed and all additional requirements are met; or such other date as it is permitted to become effective by the commission.

A project contact is: PVN Management LLC, Robert Potter, rpotter@projectnavigator.com, One Pointe Drive, Suite 320, Brea, CA 92821.

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