Milo Solar Project

Location: Milo, Maine

RLC provided engineering services that developed the preliminary engineering documents necessary for the submittals of the Utility Interconnection Application and the Annual Energy Production Report. This work is for a solar system that will utilize more than 100 acres of land for development. The initial project was to provide conceptual documentation of a proposed minimum 7.5 MWac photovoltaic based generation facility, which has expanded in physical area and output to a potential 20 MWac site.

Scope of Services:

  • Utility Interconnection Application
    • Generated Site Plan
    • Created Initial PV Panel Layout
    • Defined Major Equipment Locations
    • Identified Point of Common Coupling (PCC)
    • Created One Line Diagram – Includes System Summary Table
    • Developed Typical Solar Array – Inverters, Panels, Protection Relays, Transformers, and All Other Necessary Interconnection Compiled Equipment Technical Data Sheets
    • Completed Utility Interconnection Application – Full Package of Required Information
  • Responded to Utility Questions and Requests – On Application Towards Utility the DG Impact Study Produced PVSyst Model Based Annual Energy Production Report (kWHs/Year Projected Generation)