Projects

Explore some of our past projects.

Long Island Solar Farm

  • Upton, NY
  • 37 MW
  • Long Island Power Authority (LIPA)

Located at Brookhaven National Labs, the 37 MW and 190-acre Long Island Solar Farm will feed power directly into the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) utility grid. This system will power local businesses, neighborhoods and cities. It also helps LIPA meet its commitment for renewable energy production.

San Bernardino Solar Farm

  • San Bernardino, CA
  • 36.5 MWp
  • Southern California Edison (SCE)

A 36.5 MWp utility-scale solar farm was developed across three distinct parcels. Approximately 28 MW is located on the largest parcel, while nearly 8 MW is located on the two combined smaller parcels. This interesting project utilized two DC voltages in the solar array and utilized a variety of equipment across the site to meet the customer’s financial goals.

Avalon Solar Project

  • Tucson, AZ
  • 35 MW
  • Tucson Electric Power

The 225-acre Avalon Solar Project generates enough emission-free solar energy to power 5,620 homes through Tucson Electric Power.

Lost Hills

  • Lost Hills, CA
  • 26 MWdc
  • Southern California Edison (SCE)

The 26 MWdc (20 MWac) Coronal Lost Hills project generates 54,620 MWh of emission-free solar power, the equivalent of taking 8,000 cars off the road. The project, built by Panasonic and Swinerton Builders, uses photovoltaic (PV) panel technology mounted on horizontal-axis trackers that rotate with the sun’s position in order to optimize electricity generation. This project contributes to Southern California Edison’s fulfillment of California’s renewable portfolio standard (RPS) requirements.

Cascade Solar

  • San Bernardino County, CA
  • 24.5MWp (18.5MWac)
  • Southern California Edison (SCE)

The Cascade Solar project is located north of Joshua Tree National Park in unincorporated San Bernardino County, California. We were hired to complete the full civil, structural, and electrical engineering, and manage the grading and building permit approval process. We coordinated very closely with the county planning and permitting offices to ensure the project met the county requirements while expediting the permit communications to achieve project commercial operation on schedule.

Gillespie Solar Generating Facility

  • Maricopa County, AZ
  • 20.2 MWp (16 MWac)
  • Arizona Public Service

We delivered the electrical, civil, and structural engineering while also designing in dynamic power curtailment and power factor control capability to meet Arizona Public Service standards for future grid functionality. The Gillespie Solar Generating Facility tracking system utilizes an inverter plant controller capable of curtailing the 16 MWac inverter system to 15 MWac per utility requirements, while also maximizing the plant output during low-production times to maximize client ROI and energy production to APS.

North Las Vegas Solar Farm

  • North Las Vegas, NV
  • 20 MWac
  • NV Energy

This is a utility-scale solar PV project located just north of Las Vegas. We completed the electrical and structural engineering, as well as on-site value engineering services. The site is positioned in the large watershed of a nearby mountain range. The continuity between our electrical and civil engineering design coordination and stormwater planning was critical early on for the project's ultimate success. The preliminary engineering for this project started in 2012 and was completed in 2013.

Montgomery Solar Farm

  • Biscoe, NC
  • 20 MWp
  • Duke Energy

This extensive 20 MWp solar farm project presented unique challenges for our electrical and civil engineering teams due to the site’s rolling terrain and subtropical climate. By utilizing alternative engineering design software, we were able to achieve an accurate energy model that simulated energy production based on the varying degrees of solar array slope.  

Five Points

  • Five Points, CA
  • 15 MW
  • Pacific Gas & Electric

The 15-MW project is part of PG&E's 250-MW Utility Owned Generation (UOG) PV Program. Our engineers employed the SOLON standard block sizing and innovative wire management to maintain a low-cost, high-efficiency installation.

Stanton Solar Farm

  • Orange County, FL
  • 5.9 MW
  • Orlando Utility Commission (OUC)

This is the first solar farm in this county,  and is located at the Orlando Utility Commission's Curtis H. Stanton Energy Center. The solar farm contains over 25,000 solar modules, mounted on single-axis trackers prominently visible from Innovation Way.

West Tennessee Solar Farm

  • Stanton, TN
  • 5.1 MW
  • Tennessee Valley Authority

The 25-acre farm is the largest solar generation facility in the state of Tennessee and still one of the largest in the country. This material is based upon work supported by the Department of Energy under Award Number DE-EE0000160. Funding Source: CDFA 81.041.

Somers Solar Center

  • Tolland County, CT
  • 5 MWac
  • Connecticut Light & Power

The Somers Solar Center is a 5 MWac solar farm located in the Town of Somers, Connecticut, with power sales to Connecticut Light & Power. The project was awarded under a competitive solicitation issued by the Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection, and is the largest operational project in the state.

Rams Horn Solar Center

  • Pitt County, NC
  • 5 MWac
  • NCEMPA

The Rams Horn Solar Center is a 5 MWac solar farm located in Pitt County, North Carolina, with power sales to the North Carolina Eastern Municipal Power Agency (NCEMPA). It is part of one of the largest portfolios of solar projects in the Southeast – a 12-project, 60 MWac portfolio we developed between 2013 and 2014.

Flemming Solar Center

  • Pitt County, NC
  • 5 MWac
  • NCEMPA

The Flemming Solar Center is a 5 MWac solar farm located in Pitt County, North Carolina, with power sales to the North Carolina Eastern Municipal Power Agency (NCEMPA). It is part of one of the largest portfolios of solar projects in the Southeast – a 12-project, 60 MWac portfolio we developed between 2013 and 2014.

Bearpond Solar Center

  • Vance County, NC
  • 5 MWac
  • Duke Energy Progress

The Bearpond Solar Center is a 5 MWac solar farm located in Vance County, North Carolina, with power sales to Duke Energy Progress (DEP). It is part of one of the largest portfolios of solar projects in the Southeast – a 12-project, 60 MWac portfolio we developed between 2013 and 2014.

Upchurch Solar Center

  • Wilson County, NC
  • 5 MWac
  • NCEMPA

The Upchurch Solar Center is a 5 MWac solar farm located in Wilson County, North Carolina, with power sales to the North Carolina Eastern Municipal Power Agency (NCEMPA). NCEMPA consists of 32 cities and towns in eastern North Carolina – including some of the largest cities in the region – that own and operate their electric systems.

Red Hill Solar Center

  • Warren County, NC
  • 5 MWac
  • Duke Energy Progress

The Red Hill Solar Center is a 5 MWac solar farm located in Warren County, North Carolina, with power sales to Duke Energy Progress (DEP). It is part of a 60 MW portfolio commissioned in 2014.

Boseman Solar Center

  • Nash County, NC
  • 5 MWac
  • NCEMPA

The Boseman Solar Center is a 5 MWac solar farm located in Nash County, North Carolina, with power sales to the North Carolina Eastern Municipal Power Agency (NCEMPA). It is part of a 60 MW portfolio commissioned in 2014.

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

Utility Scale

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

Utility Scale Projects