Sol Systems expands Midwest portfolio with 91-MW solar purchase in Indiana
- US solar finance as well as advancement firm Sol Systems claimed on Tuesday it has gotten a 91-MW DC solar project in Indiana from a joint venture in between Orion Renewable Energy Group LLC as well as Eolian LP.
The value of the purchase from Orion Renewable Power Resources LLC was kept under covers.
The supposed Grandview scheme envisages the building and construction of a solar photovoltaic (PV) park in Indiana's Spencer County to generate electrical power for more than 13,000 houses yearly. Washington DC-based Sol Systems said it will certainly establish the project and be the plant's driver.
"The Grandview project will improve regional electric grid resiliency and dependability by adding pollution-free resources throughout optimal hours that are coincident with high consumer demand on the hottest as well as sunniest days when the system is significantly at risk" stated Aaron Zubaty, Chief Executive Officer of Eolian.
The purchase better broadens Sol System's portfolio in the Midwest, to which it included 540 MW DC of possessions in Illinois by buying a triad of projects from renewable energy company Arevon Power in February. Presently, the business says it is developing more than 2 GW of solar projects across the United States.
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