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PSEG subsidiary completes 21-MW solar facility in North Carolina

PSEG Solar Source LLC completed its 21-MW Sunflower solar facility in Halifax, N.C.

The facility sells power to Virginia Electric and Power Co. under a 10-year power purchase agreement, according to a March 22 release. The project began operations in December 2017.

The Public Service Enterprise Group Inc. subsidiary in January 2017 acquired the Sunflower project from BayWa AG unit BayWa r. e. Development LLC.

BayWa will operate the facility, which was initiated by Charlotte, N.C.-based developer Geenex Solar LLC.