Southern California Ed works out service deal for 2.7-MW solar project

Southern California Edison on June 30 filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission a Service Agreement for Wholesale Distribution Service with Power Application and Research Systems Inc. for a 2.7-MW solar project.

The project developer has submitted an application for wholesale Distribution Service from a tap on the Eastwind 12 kV distribution line out of the Wilsona 66/12 kV Substation through SCE’s distribution system to the California Independent System Operator-controlled grid at the 66-kV bus at the Antelope Substation. This is called the PARS Palmdale 1 Project.

The Service Agreement sets forth SCE’s agreement to provide Distribution Service for 2.7 MW of power produced by the project to the ISO grid. The agreement provides that service will commence on the later of: Oct. 16, 2017; 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 permitted by the commission.

A project contact is: Power Applications and Research Systems Inc., Attn: Eddie Dehdashti, eddie@parsenergy.com, Telephone (415) 239-1510.

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