Reoccurring Power begin on the 300 MW PV and storage "Slate" project
- Persistent Energy, part of Canadian Solar Inc., finished the sale of the "Slate" project to Goldman Sachs Renewable Power.
The 300 MW solar plus 140.25 MW/ 561 MWh storage project is located in Kings County, California, and has commenced building and construction. Industrial operation is prepared for in late 2021. It will certainly use approximately 962,000 of Canadian Solar's high efficiency bifacial BiKu modules across about 2,400 acres.
The project has actually authorized PPAs with 5 various off-takers. According to Shawn Qu, chairman and CEO of Canadian Solar, "Slate" is Recurrent Energy's biggest solar-plus-storage project and is anticipated to be one of the largest integrated solar-plus-storage projects in the United States.
Over the past 19 years, Canadian Solar has supplied over 49 GW of solar photovoltaic modules to customers in over 150 countries. The business has established, built as well as linked PV plants with over 5.6 GW in over 20 nations. Presently, Canadian Solar has over 500 MW of projects in operation, over 5 GW unfinished or in backlog (late-stage), and also an added 11 GW in pipeline (mid- to very early- phase).
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