North Carolina Solar Projects

North Carolina Solar

Siler Solar

  • The facility is expected to become operational in late October 2018.
  • 4.5-megawatts
  • Located on approximately 30 acres in Chatham County, N.C.
  • Consists of approximately 18,704 modules.
  • A power purchase agreement is in place for the offtake from the solar facility.

Wakefield Solar

  • The facility became operational in December 2017.
  • 5-megawatts
  • Located on approximately 30 acres in Zebulon, N.C., in Wake County.
  • Consists of approximately 22,300 modules.

Mustang Solar

  • The facility is expected to become operational in the second quarter of 2018..
  • 5-megawatts
  • Located on approximately 30 acres in Robbins, N.C., in Moore County.
  • Consists of approximately 21,300 modules.

Pecan Solar

  • To be acquired in late 2018, the facility is expected to become operational in late 2018.
  • 74.9-megawatts
  • Located on approximately 1,158 acres in Northampton County, N.C.
  • Consists of approximately 927,000 modules.

Gutenberg Solar

  • To be acquired In mid 2019, the facility is expected to become operational in mid 2019.
  • 79.9-megawatts
  • Located on approximately 1,126 acres in Northampton County, N.C.
  • Consists of approximately 279,500 modules.

Moorings 2

  • The facility became operational in 2017.
  • 5-megawatts
  • Located on approximately 36 acres in Lenoir County, N.C.
  • Consists of approximately 58,400 modules.

Fremont

  • The facility became operational in 2017.
  • 5-megawatts
  • Located on 29.76 acres in Lenoir County, N.C.
  • Consists of approximately 21,000 modules.

Clipperton

  • The facility became operational in 2017.
  • 5-megawatts
  • Located on 28.52 acres in Samson County, N.C.
  • Consists of 56,640 solar panels.

Pikeville

  • The facility entered service in 2017.
  • 5-megawatts
  • Located on about 30 acres in Wayne County, N.C.
  • Consists of 56,640 solar panels.

Morgans Corner

  • The facility entered service in 2015.
  • 20-megawatts
  • Located on 110 acres in Pasquotank County, N.C.
  • Consists of 81,054 solar panels.
  • Under a long-term renewable energy contract with the United States Department of Navy.

Summit Farms

  • The facility entered service in 2016.
  • 60-megawatts
  • Located on about 650 acres near Moyock, N.C.in Currituck County, N.C.
  • Purchased from SunEnergy1, which developed and is the construction contractor on the project.
  • Under a 25-year power purchase agreements with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston Medical Center and Post Office Square Redevelopment Corporation.

IS37

  • The facility entered service in 2017.
  • 79-megawatts
  • Located on a 550-acre tract of land near Morven, N.C.
  • Consists of 344,056 solar panels.
  • Acquired from Cypress Creek Renewables, LLC
  • A power purchase agreement is in place for the offtake from the solar facility.