Idaho's largest solar project is now attached to grid
- Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions has placed right into commercial procedure the 120-MW Jackpot Solar project in Twin Falls County, Idaho.
This is the company's first utility-scale renewable energy project in the state as well as is the largest solar center in operation in Idaho. It will certainly offer energy to Idaho Power with a 20-year PPA.
" Entering the Idaho solar market with such a significant renewable project is very amazing for Duke Energy," stated Chris Fallon, president of Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions. "Jackpot Solar will certainly assist strengthen the energy diversity in the state, and bring added economic benefits to the state and also Twin Falls County, while additionally sustaining Idaho Power's clean energy goals."
SOLV Energy completed the design and construction of the project, which is located on 952 country acres southern of the city of Twin Falls. Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions will possess and run the project. The project utilized regarding 200 workers at peak building.
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