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FERC approves Southern Power's indirect control over Diamond State Generation

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Aug. 6 approved the transfer of indirect control over Diamond State Generation Partners from Bloom Energy Corp. to a subsidiary of Southern Power Co.

Diamond State owns and operates two solid oxide fuel cell generating facilities with a total generating capacity of 30 MW. The facilities are located on two sites in New Castle County, Del., within the PJM Interconnection market, according to a FERC filing.

In June, the Southern Co. subsidiary announced an investment to support the repowering of Diamond State Generation's fuel cell facilities.

Diamond State is an exempt wholesale generator and makes wholesales sales at market-based rates. It also provides reactive power service under a cost-based reactive power rate schedule. (FERC docket EC19-105)