PJM terminates interconnect for 157-MW refused-fired project in Baltimore

PJM Interconnection on May 19 notified the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission of the cancellation of an executed Interconnection Service Agreement from 2011 with Energy Answers Baltimore LLC and interconnecting transmission owner Baltimore Gas and Electric (called the “Fairfield Renewable ISA”).

“The Fairfield Renewable ISA is being cancelled because Energy Answers has decided not to move forward with its interconnection project and will not participate in PJM’s markets,” said PJM.

The project was under PJM Queue Positions #V1-033 and #W1-03. It was called the Fairfield Renewable Energy Facility, to be located at 1701 Patapsco Ave, Baltimore, Maryland. The Maximum Facility Output was 157 MW. The project consisted of a steam turbine-generator fed by four processed refuse fuel boilers.

A project contact is: Energy Answers Baltimore LLC c/o Energy Answers International Inc., 79 North Pearl Street, 4th Floor, Albany, New York 12207, Attention: Kurt Krammer, Project Manager.

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