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SunEnergy1 seeks permit to build 80-MW solar farm in North Carolina

Private solar energy developer SunEnergy1 filed an application with the North Carolina Utilities Commission on Oct. 4, seeking a certificate of public convenience and necessity for its planned 80-MW Bethel NC 11 solar project in Pitt County, N.C.

The company is in discussions to sell the facility's output through a negotiated power purchase agreement to Dominion Energy Inc. subsidiary Virginia Electric and Power Co., which operates as Dominion Energy North Carolina in that state, according to the application.

The solar facility is expected to go online by December 2020. Construction is subject to other regulatory approvals and necessary permits.