A new solar farm in Kings County would be the eighth owned by Recurrent Energy. The Canadian based firm recently switched on the 100MW Mustang Solar project near Lemoore and now is moving on their 150 MW Mustang Two project. The solar farm would also have a battery storage component.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Sept. 22 accepted an Aug. 4 filing by Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) of an Engineering and Procurement Agreement with RE Mustang Two LLC covering interconnect work for a 150-MW photovoltaic generation and battery storage plant project located 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 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. They have a place in line with the state ISO.
Just announced, Recurrent will build a 167MW solar farm on leased Navy land nearby.