Project size: 200-megawatt site (completion date: mid-2020)
Once complete, the Rambler Solar Project will be one of the largest solar projects in Duke Energy Renewables' fleet.
The 200-megawatt Rambler Solar Project is being built west of San Angelo, Texas, and will be Duke Energy Renewables' fourth solar generation facility in the state. The project will utilize more than 733,000 of Canadian Solar's high-efficiency bifacial BiKu modules across approximately 1,700 acres and will power the equivalent of 40,000 homes. The energy generated from the project will be sold to a customer under a 15-year agreement. Along with indirect economic benefits that accompany solar project development – such as increased local spending in the service and construction industries – Rambler will also directly provide several million dollars to Tom Green County and to the local school district over the 40-year life of the project.
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