Solar

Solarpark Bison Solar

Kapazität:
36,31 MW
Jahresertrag:
61 Mio. kWh
Land:
220
Region:
Colorado
Inbetriebnahme:
2016
Module:
117120

The 30 Megawatt (MW) Bison Solar Project achieved substantial completion in October 2016. The Project is located in north Wellington, Colorado, and was constructed by JSI Construction Group, the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) Contractor. The Bison Solar facility is built adjacent to the Platte River Power Authority – Rawhide Energy Station; a 200 plus MW coal facility. Bison Solar LLC owns the facility and will be operated by the JSI O&M Group. The Bison Solar Project includes more than 117,000 panels, and generate power for approximately 5,000 average size residential homes in Colorado.

  • Construction Began in February 2016
  • Commercial operation was achieved in October 2016
  • Includes 117,120 modules constructed on the juwi (JES) single axis tracker
  • Project Owner: Bison Solar LLC (PSEG Solar Source)
  • Annual generation (avg) 61,000 MWh

The 30 Megawatt (MW) Bison Solar Project achieved substantial completion in October 2016. The Project is located in north Wellington, Colorado, and was constructed by JSI Construction Group, the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) Contractor. The Bison Solar facility is built adjacent to the Platte River Power Authority – Rawhide Energy Station; a 200 plus MW coal facility. Bison Solar LLC owns the facility and will be operated by the JSI O&M Group. The Bison Solar Project includes more than 117,000 panels, and generate power for approximately 5,000 average size residential homes in Colorado.

  • Construction Began in February 2016
  • Commercial operation was achieved in October 2016
  • Includes 117,120 modules constructed on the juwi (JES) single axis tracker
  • Project Owner: Bison Solar LLC (PSEG Solar Source)
  • Annual generation (avg) 61,000 MWh

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