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Duke plugs into two more California solar farms

When these projects go online, Duke Energy Renewables' total U.S. installed solar capacity will be 185MW at 23 utility-scale facilities. The solar energy generated from the two projects will be sold through 20-year power purchase agreements with Southern California Edison.  

Duke Energy Renewables added to its portfolio of solar farms with its recent acquisition of two 20MW Golden State solar projects from renewable energy developer Infigen Energy.  When the Pumpkack and Wildwood Solar Projects go online, Duke Energy Renewables' total U.S. installed solar capacity will be 185MW at 23 utility-scale facilities, including 65MW of solar power in California. According to a press release announcing the purchases, the solar energy generated from the two projects will be sold through 20-year power purchase agreements with Southern California Edison. Details

 

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