Camp Springs Solar seeks North Carolina nod on 16-MW project

Camp Springs Solar LLC applied Oct. 26 with the North Carolina Utilities Commission for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity on a 16-MW (ac) solar project to be located at 10515 Cherry Grove Rd., Reidsville, Caswell County, N.C.

The $30 million project is due on-line as of Nov. 1, 2017. Camp Springs Solar plans to sell the electricity produced to Duke Energy Carolinas.

Listed contact information is: Camp Springs Solar LLC, 3 Radnor Corp Ctr #300, 100 Matsonford Rd, Radnor PA 19087, eric.blank@communityenergyinc.com, (866) 946-3123.

That is contact information for Community Energy Inc., which says about itself on its website: “Community Energy, Inc. (CEI) was founded in 1999 to ignite the market for fuel-free energy and develop solar and wind generation. CEI built the voluntary market for renewable energy, spurring the demand for hundreds of megawatts of new wind generation with retail customers ahead of state mandates. Now a leading solar developer, CEI has developed hundreds of MW of utility-scale solar across the country including two of the largest projects nation-wide in Georgia and Colorado. CEI also develops customer-sited and community-scale solar projects for businesses, universities, and residential customers.”

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