Texas solar plant gets in procedure
- Advanced Power's 140MW (dc) Cutlass PV farm is the initial project in an 8GW pipe to be finished
US independent power producer (IPP) Advanced Power has begun complete commercial procedure at a 140MW direct present (dc) solar farm in Texas.
The Cutlass solar farm, in the Greater Houston area, very first provided power into the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) system in July 2022.
Adhering to testing, complete commercial procedure is underway at Cutlass.
Advanced Power will proceed as the facility's asset supervisor, while SOLV Energy will operate the plant.
Advanced Power and also its co-investors, ENEOS Company as well as Fuyo General Lease, own the facility.
Cutlass Solar is Advanced Power's first operational project out of an 8GW sustainable as well as low-carbon growth pipeline across the United States.
Additional projects in the company's ERCOT pipeline include the 232MW (dc) Oriana solar project with the choice to add battery storage.
" Cutlass Solar exhibits Advanced Power's continuing growth as a worldwide programmer, manager, and also owner of modern-day power infrastructure.
" We are committed to bringing reliable power to expanding locations that need it, such as Greater Houston," claimed Collin Brown, Advanced Power's vice president of development based in Houston.
He added: "We are equally happy to be contributing to the community with tax obligation revenues to support the county and also neighborhood schools."
Bechtel was responsible for the engineering, procurement and building of the facility.
Cutlass Solar remains on a 700-acre site located approximately 40 miles southwest of Houston in Fort Bend County, Texas.
It uses bifacial solar panels offered by JA Solar and technology that includes a ground-mounted single-axis tracking system.