MISO works out interconnect for 50-MW Marshall Cogen project in Minnesota

The Midcontinent Independent System Operator on Dec. 13 filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission a Generator Interconnection Agreement with Marshall Cogen LLC and interconnecting transmission owner Missouri Basin Municipal Power Agency d/b/a Missouri River Energy Services.

MISO has designated this project as Project No. J391 in its interconnection queue. The Interconnection Request for project J391 indicated a targeted In Service Date of Oct. 15, 2019, and a Commercial Operation Date of June 1, 2020.

The project involves the facilities of Marshall Municipal Utilities in Marshall, Minnesota.

This planned facility is composed of one Siemens SGT-800 simple cycle combustion turbine unit. Interconnection Service provided under this agreement is 50 MW of conditional ERIS that will become 50 MW of ERIS and / or NRIS where NRIS cannot exceed 50 MW upon completion of all needed Network Upgrades. The Point of Interconnection (POI) will be at the point where the power line from the generating facility lands on the 115-kV bus at North 7th Street Substation, at new breaker position 5N80.

Project contact information is: Marshall Cogen LLC, Attn: General Counsel, One South Wacker, Suite 1800, Chicago IL 60606, 312-224-1400.

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