Southern California Edison Obstructs Solar Projects

Millions of dollars in renewable energy projects intended to provide power to facilities in California’s national parks and forests have been sitting idle for years because of Southern California Edison.

There’s 24-plus systems in the Southern California Edison area that have been installed in the last three years that we have not been able to negotiate an interconnection agreement on,” said Jack Williams, who retired this month as the National Park Service’s Oakland-based regional facilities manager. “We think we are close at times, but then nothing. We were successful with PG&E, but with Southern California Edison…. They have been a bit more difficult. We’ve raised the flag many times. It’s an issue for all federal agencies.”

See details: 01/09/2012 LA Times “Renewable energy projects in California go unused”

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1 Response to Southern California Edison Obstructs Solar Projects

  1. Herb says:

    Typical Southern Californa Edison abuse of their power.

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