10 First Solar Utility Deals in the U.S. $FSLR
WhenFirst Solar snagged a 550-megawatt deal with Southern California Edisonlast year, the thin-film solar giant’s utility contracts amounted tomore than its actual production capacity, BNET pointed out.
As utilities continue racing to get renewable energy projects ontotheir books ahead of state mandates for clean power, First Solar hasracked up deals large and small, scooping up projects from a couplestartups along the way. The company has projects across the pond, too,but here are 10 of the deals that have been inked in the U.S. betweenFirst Solar and utilities or electric co-ops, including the one announced this morning with Pacific Gas & Electric.
|Los Angeles Department of Water and Power||55 MW||Los Angeles, CA|
|Pacific Gas & Electric||550 MW||Carrizo Plain, northwest of California Valley, CA|
|Pacific Gas & Electric||300 MW||Desert Center, CA|
|PNM||22 MW||Five sites in PNM’s New Mexico service territory|
|Sempra Generation, PG&E||58 MW||El Dorado, NV|
|Southern California Edison||550 MW||Desert Center, CA, and San Bernardino County, CA|
|Southern California Edison||Around 1-2 MW per rooftop||The first two rooftops in SCE’s solar rooftop project, in Fontana, CA and Chino, CA|
|Southern California Edison||7.5-21 MW||Blythe, CA|
|Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association||30 MW||Colfax County, NM|
|Tucson Electric Power||500 kW||Tucson, AZ|
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