Strata Solar seeks North Carolina okay for 5-MW Flatwood Farm project

The Flatwood Farm LLC affiliate of Strata Solar LLC applied July 26 to the North Carolina Utilities Commission for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity authorizing construction of a 5-MW (ac) solar facility to be located in Chatham County.

The facility is to be located on the north side of Corinth Road, west of the intersection with Dickens Farm Road, in the Township of Cape Fear, Chatham County.

The facility is projected to come on-line in September 2017. Electricity generated will be sold to Duke Energy Progress under a 15-year power purchase agreement. The service life of the equipment is expected to be a minimum of twenty years. The projected annual sales of the facility are 9,000,000 kWh. The projected cost of the facility is $14 million.

A project contact is: Jackson Naftel, Strata Solar LLC, 50101 Governors Drive, Suite 280, Chapel Hill, NC 27517, 919.960.6015, jnaftel@stratasolar.com.

Strata Solar’s Kendall Farm LLC also filed a July 26 application with the North Carolina commission for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity on a 5-MW (ac) solar facility to be located on the north side of Silk Hope Road (also known as State Road 2424), on the east side of E. Raleigh Avenue, and on the south side of Graham Street Ext, in Liberty, Randolph County, North Carolina.

The $14 million facility is projected to come on-line in September 2017. Electricity generated will be sold to Duke Energy Progress under a 15-year power purchase agreement. The service life of the equipment is expected to be a minimum of twenty years. The projected annual sales of the facility are 9,000,000 kWh.

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