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2011: Agua Caliente Solar Project

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Innovation:  Agua Caliente Solar Project
Location: Yuma County, Arizona
Year:  2011
By: NRG Solar and U.S. Department of Energy

The Agua Caliente Solar Project is a photovoltaic solar generating facility currently under construction in Yuma County, Arizona. The project was commissioned in 2011 and to date 247 megawatts are online since the 10th section was completed. Peak output of the currently installed panels has reached up to 251.3 megawatts. The expected maximum capacity of the plant is expected to be approximately 397 megawatts with an annual generation of 626 gigawatt hours. The project is currently (2012) the largest solar power plant in the world. [2].  It funds approximately 400 construction jobs and 16 full time operating jobs. [1]  `

Written by David Lukert

October 11, 2011 at 6:17 am

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