PJM ends wholesale deal for 12-MW Milford Solar project in Delaware

PJM Interconnection on May 16 notified the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission of the cancellation of an executed Wholesale Market Participation Agreement with Milford Solar LLC and interconnecting transmission owner Delmarva Power and Light for a 12-MW project in Delaware.

“The Milford Solar WMPA is being cancelled because project milestones in the Milford Solar WMPA were breached and not cured, resulting in the default of the Milford Solar WMPA,” said PJM.

The project was under PJM Queue Position #Y3-054. The Milford Solar facility was to be located at 686 Milford-Harrington Highway, Milford, Delaware. It was to be a ground mounted, inverter based, solar photovoltaic facility.

On or before Dec. 31, 2014, Milford Solar under this agreement needed to demonstrate commercial operation of all generating units.

A project contact is: Milford Solar LLC c/o PSEG Solar Source LLC, 80 Park Plaza, Mailcode T-20, Newark, NJ 07102, Attention: Ernesto Rodriguez, President.

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