EDF RE takes on Lepomis PV

EDF has been among the most aggressive adopters of large-scale PV

EDF has been among the most aggressive adopters of large-scale PV

EDF Renewable Energy has finalised the sale agreement and begun construction on the 6MW (AC) Lepomis PV array in the US state of Massachusetts, with M+W subsidiary Gehrlicher Solar Americas performing EPC work.

EDF Renewable Energy will own and operate the Lepomis project, its first renewable-energy asset in Massachusetts, with construction slated for completion next spring. The output will be sold to the town of Wareham under a long-term power purchase agreement.

Among the world’s major wind developers, France’s EDF Energies Nouvelles – owner of US-based EDF Renewable Energy – has been one of the most aggressive adopters of large-scale solar energy in recent years.

Last month EDF Renewable Energy (formerly known as enXco) inaugurated its 110MW (AC) Catalina Solar array in California, its largest solar project to date, employing thin-film modules from Log in to read complete article.

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