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Infigen Energy says its affiliate, Infigen Energy US Development LLC, has entered into two 20-year power purchase agreements (PPAs) with Southern California Edison to supply electricity from the Wildwood Solar I and Pumpjack Solar I projects.

Both projects are located on previously disturbed lands Kern County, Calif., and each project will have a nameplate capacity of 20 MW. Wildwood and Pumpjack are part of a joint development arrangement between Infigen and Pioneer Green Solar II LLC, where Infigen is the managing member.

The projects have each obtained conditional use permits from the Kern County Planning Commission and are in the process of executing interconnection agreements with Pacific Gas & Electric and the California Independent System Operator.

Both projects are expected to be ready for construction in 2014.


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