by SI Staff
on February 29, 2016
Cenergy Power, a California-based engineering, procurement and construction firm, has been selected to engineer and build utility-scale solar photovoltaic projects for two generation and transmission electric cooperatives: Arizona Electric Power Cooperative Inc. (AEPCO) and Hoosier Energy Rural Electric Cooperative Inc. The combined five projects will total 7.9 MW of solar capacity.
Cenergy Power says the AEPCO project is a fixed, ground-mounted system sized at 2.7 MW and will be sited in Anza, Calif. On the other hand, the Hoosier Energy projects consist of four single-axis tracking, ground-mounted solar systems totaling 5.2 MW throughout the southern half of Indiana.
“AEPCO and Hoosier Energy are both highly respected electric cooperatives with distribution affiliates delivering electricity to about 1,000,000 people, and we feel very fortunate to be selected as their solar and clean energy partner on these projects,” comments Cenergy Power’s Andrew Goldin.