Pacific Gas and Electric files engineering deal for 150-MW solar/battery project

Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) on Aug. 4 filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission an Engineering and Procurement Agreement with RE Mustang Two LLC covering interconnect work for a 150-MW photovoltaic generation and battery storage plant project in Lemoore, California. 

The E&P Agreement will enable Mustang to engage PG&E in providing engineering and procurement services prior to the execution of a pro forma Large Generator Interconnection Agreement. The services under the E&P Agreement include:

  • Completing a project engineering kick-off meeting and a project site walk-down with Mustang;
  • PG&E engineering, design, and procurement related to the scope of work for interconnection facilities;
  • PG&E engineering, design, and procurement related to the scope of work for reliability network upgrades; and
  • PG&E performing a feasibility assessment at Mustang’s cost of certain facilities.

The E&P Agreement sets forth the terms and conditions of the engineering and procurement activities agreed to by PG&E and Mustang. PG&E estimates that it will cost approximately $3,025,000 to provide the engineering and procurement services.

The solar/battery project is under California ISO queue position 1036 (Q1036).

A project contact is: Helen Kang Shin, RE Mustang Two LLC c/o Recurrent Energy, 300 California Street, 8th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94104.

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