PJM ends interconnect deal for Johnson Matthey power project in N.J.

PJM Interconnection on July 8 notified the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission of the cancellation of a 2012 interconnection service agreement (ISA) with Johnson Matthey Inc. and interconnecting transmission owner Public Service Electric and Gas.

“The Johnson ISA is being cancelled because Johnson has decided not to move forward with the interconnection project,” said PJM.

This project was under PJM Queue Position #X4-004. The Johnson Matthey project was to be located at 2001 Nolte Drive, West Deptford, Gloucester County, New Jersey. The Maximum Facility Output was to be 5 MW. It was to consist of two 3.1-MW Caterpillar gas turbines and a 4-MW solar installation. Taking into account on site load, Johnson Matthey was going to sell back up to 5 MW of the total generation output.

A company contact is: Johnson Matthey Inc., 2001 Nolte Drive, West Deptford, NJ 08066, Attention: Mark Helner.

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