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Longroad Energy partners with Facebook to complete financing for 379 MW Prospero Solar in Texas

Longroad Energy, a US-based renewable energy developer, owner and operator, announced  the financial close and start of construction of its Prospero Solar project in Andrews County, Texas with a total financing package of approximately $416 million. When completed in 2020, Prospero will be one of the largest solar farms in the U.S., with a nameplate capacity 379 MWdc.

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First Solar completes 280MW solar project co-located with a cattle ranch in California

US-based solar module manufacturer and EPC company First Solar Inc. announced the completion and commercial operation of the 280-megawatt (MW)AC California Flats Solar Project. The project is located on approximately 2,900 acres of ranch land within the Jack Ranch owned by Hearst, near the borders of San Luis Obispo and Monterey County in California.

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Lightsource BP to develop 130MW solar PV project in Alabama

Lightsource BP announced  it has partnered with Alabama Municipal Electric Authority (AMEA) to develop a 130 MWDC / 100 MWAC solar energy project in Montgomery County, Alabama. Lightsource BP will finance, develop, build, own, and operate the solar facility and will deliver energy to AMEA under a 20-year power purchase agreement (PPA).

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First Solar’s 122MW Cove Mountain 2 solar plant to power Facebook data center in Utah

First Solar, Inc. announced that its Cove Mountain 2 solar power plant will support Facebook’s Eagle Mountain Data Center in Utah, through a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Rocky Mountain Power, a division of PacifiCorp and part of Berkshire Hathaway Energy.

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Ciel & Terre starts construction on California’s largest floating solar system for the town of Windsor

France-based floating solar specialist, Ciel & Terre International, announced that its unit in the US and the Town of Windsor officials have started construction of what will be the largest floating solar power system in the state of California. The floating solar array will be installed on the Town’s largest recycled water storage pond and is expected to meet 90 percent of the Town’s water treatment and pump facilities’ energy needs.

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