Projects

Explore some of our past projects.

Gulf Coast Solar Center III - NAS Pensacola's NOLF Saufley

  • Bellview, FL
  • 50 MWac
  • Gulf Power

Coronal Energy partnered with Gulf Power, the U.S. Air Force, and the U.S. Navy to build 120 MWac of solar PV across three sites in Northwest Florida, providing clean and resilient power to ~18,000 homes.

Gulf Coast Solar Center II - NAS Whiting Field's NOLF Holley

  • Navarre, FL
  • 40 MWac
  • Gulf Power

Coronal Energy partnered with Gulf Power, the U.S. Air Force, and the U.S. Navy to build 120 MWac of solar PV across three sites in Northwest Florida, providing clean and resilient power to ~18,000 homes.

Gulf Coast Solar Center I - Eglin AFB Reservation

  • Valparaiso, FL
  • 30 MWac
  • Gulf Power

Coronal Energy partnered with Gulf Power, the U.S. Air Force, and the U.S. Navy to build 120 MWac of solar PV across three sites in Northwest Florida, providing clean and resilient power to ~18,000 homes.

Town of Breckenridge, Colorado

  • Breckenridge, CO
  • 650 kW

This project, consisting of seven separate solar arrays, was financed using a 20-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with the town. Electricity generation for the first full year of service is projected at 622,000 kWh.

E-470 Public Highway Authority

  • CO
  • 707 kW

Distributed across 22 separate Authority facilities, this 707 kW project was financed using a 20-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with the Authority. Electricity generation for the first full year of service is projected at 1,013,500 kWh.

Camden Solar Center

  • Camden, NJ
  • 1.8 MWac
  • Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority

The Camden Solar Center is a 1.8 MWac solar project comprised of more than 7,200 solar panels spanning seven acres of open water tanks at a wastewater treatment facility. The project was commissioned in 2012 and sells power to the Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority.

Eastern Long Island Solar Project

  • Suffolk County, NY
  • 12.8 MW
  • Long Island Power Authority (LIPA)

The Eastern Long Island Solar Project (ELISP) is the largest combined carport installation in the state of New York with over 21 acres of solar panels installed across six different sites. The combined 12.8 MW photovoltaic system feeds power directly to local electric utility, the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA). We worked with a multidisciplinary team of engineering firms, contractors, and project stakeholders to meet various local and regional codes and standards.

Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)

  • Richmond, CA
  • 160 kW

This solar rooftop system is on top of the BART maintenance shop building in Richmond. The system is completely ballasted and did not penetrate the rooftop's membrane, which was a strict requirement from the client.

Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)

  • Hayward, CA
  • 255 kW

This rooftop solar system is mounted on top of the BART maintenance shop in Hayward. The building roofs were at different heights, with the center portion of the roof being about 10' higher than either side, so shading influenced the final array layout.

Otay Mesa Water Treatment Plan

  • San Diego, CA
  • 944 kW

This unique facility for the City of San Diego includes a ground-mounted array as well as arrays built upon two storage tanks. This deployment for the City of San Diego is part of the city's plan to deploy 5 MW of solar capacity.

Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District

  • Marin County, CA
  • 600 kW

At time of completion this facility offset 90% of the District's power needs. Engineering challenges included sensitive wetlands area, as well as developing a foundation solution for the 2-acres of bay mud.

Denver Federal Center Solar Park

  • Denver, CO
  • 1.2 MW

This solar energy project reduced the Federal Government Service Administration's energy consumption by more than 1,600 MWh per year; this is equivalent to powering 145 homes in Colorado.

California State Prisons

  • Blythe CA
  • 4 MW Aggregate

These two projects—Chuckawalla Valley and Ironwood—were part of the California Department of General Services distributed generation initiative. These solar arrays are separated by some distance, but connect into the same electrical distribution feeder.

Utility Scale

The fastest growing segment of the photovoltaic industry, utility scale solar is driven by government mandated Renewable Portfolio Standards.

Utility Scale Projects

Commercial

From single office buildings to entire corporate campuses, if you are in the commercial sector, it is time to go solar.

Commercial Projects

Public Sector

Government facilities, water districts, municipalities, schools, colleges and universities are ideal locations for solar energy generation.

Public Sector Projects