Quinbrook's Primergy looks for permit for 155-MW solar project in Colorado

Nov 7, 2022 12:34 PM ET
  • Primergy Solar LLC, a portfolio firm of Quinbrook Infrastructure Partners on Friday stated it has actually lodged an initial permit application for a 155-MW solar project in Colorado's La Plata County.
Quinbrook's Primergy looks for permit for 155-MW solar project in Colorado
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The Hesperus photovoltaic (PV) park is planned to be set up regarding 8 miles from the city of Durango, on a roughly 1,900-acre (769-ha) site that consists of mostly privately-owned lands. Around 320 acres of the total location belongs to Fort Lewis College.

The project is expected to bring USD 37 million (EUR 37.2 m) in tax obligation revenues over its lifespan, Primergy calculates. Given that authorization is approved, it prepares for that the plant could be turned on at the end of 2025.

The permitting procedure will certainly include a number of open houses and public comment sessions.

As soon as in operation, the solar farm is expected to produce power to cover the consumption of as much as 56,000 homes per year.

At present, Primergy has 690 MW of solar and 380 MW of power storage projects under construction. The solar and also power storage space developer stated that "a number of additional gigawatts" of solar and storage space capacity is because of be brought real-time over the following 3 years. Overall, its total portfolio of projects under advancement, building and construction and in operation stands at practically 10 GW.

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