In this paper, the optimal distributed linear time vaying H2 control problem for cone causal spatially invariant linear time varying (SILTV) systems is considered. This class of systems was initially defined in the work of Voulgaris et al. for cone causal spatially invariant (SI) linear time invariant (LTI) systems. First, the optimal time varying H2 problem is posed using a version of the Youla parameterization. This allows to transform the problem into an affine form which results in a convex but infinite dimensional distributed optimization. Next, the problem is solved by computing an operator projection on a class of time varying Youla parameters with a cone causal distributed structure. The cone causal spatially invariant systems are viewed as input-output multiplicative operators with a mixed causal time varying structure with respect to time, and spatially invariant with respect to the space dimension.