655 MW natural gas-fueled combined cycle project in eastern PJM

APV was retained by a major industrial company to develop a 655 MW natural gas-fired combined cycle power plant in northern New Jersey. APV’s primary role was to oversee development of the necessary infrastructure including the electrical and gas interconnections, the treated effluent connection, and the potable water and sewer connections. In addition, APV had lead responsibility for acquiring the necessary land rights for these line extensions, for obtaining site plan and planning board approvals from the local authorities, for leading the PILOT negotiations, and for working closely with the project’s attorneys, engineers and permitting consultants to ensure the project met its target development and construction schedules. The project commenced construction in the fall of 2012 and entered commercial operation in 2015.

  • Reported to owner
  • Oversaw the development of key infrastructure including gas lateral, electrical interconnection, potable water, grey water supply, and discharge connections
  • Acquired land rights for the project interconnection laterals
  • Obtained planning board approvals from local authorities
  • Negotiated tax obligations on behalf of the project
  • Coordinated development activities with third-party project consultants including engineers, permitting consultants, and attorneys
655 MW Project Photograph