Linea Energy grabs 490-MWp Texas solar project from Horus
- Independent power producer Linea Energy introduced on Friday it has acquired a 490-MW DC solar project in Texas from Britain's Horus Energy, therefore marking its entity right into the South Central US state.
The project, called Duffy, is anticipated to lead to the manufacturing of green power that will amount to the power consumption of greater than 63,000 homes annually. Recently-established Linea did not provide the value of the purchase however claimed it plans to explore the possibility of using residential tools to support neighborhood sectors as well as economies.
Specific information regarding the project as well as its building timeline were not readily available.
The acquisition is straightened with Linea's plan to grow its growth pipe in the Houston area and also advertise ecological sustainability. "Regardless of recent legislative challenges to the renewable resource market in Texas, we anticipate Texas to continue to be a vanguard of clever renewable policy that brings prices to consumers down, drives investment in the state as well as makes certain the lights remain on," claimed chief executive officer Cassidy DeLine.
San Francisco, California-based Linea is involved in the development, construction, and operation of utility-scale wind, solar, and battery energy storage space projects.