California Solar Projects

California Solar

Dominion Energy owns a majority interest in the following projects located in California:

Alamo Solar

  • Entered service in the second quarter of 2015.
  • 20-megawatts
  • Located in San Bernardino, California.
  • Acquired from E.ON North America.
  • A 20-year power purchase agreement is in place.

West Antelope Solar Park

  • Entered service In November 2014.
  • 20-megawatts
  • Located near Lancaster, Calif., in Los Angeles County,
  • Acquired from Canadian Solar Inc.
  • A 20-year power purchase agreement is in place.
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Cottonwood

  • Entered service in the first half of 2015.
  • 24-megawatts
  • Located in Kings, Kern and Marin Counties 
  • Acquired from EDF Renewable Energy.
  • A 25-year power purchase agreement (PPA) is in place.

Catalina Solar 2

  • Entered service in the second quarter of 2015.
  • 18-megawatts
  • Located in Kern County
  • Acquired from EDF Renewable Energy
  • A 20-year power purchase agreement (PPA) is in place.

CID Solar Project

  • Entered service December 2014.
  • 20-megawatts
  • Located near Corcoran, Calif., in King's County
  • Acquired from EDF Renewable Energy.
  • A 20-year power purchase agreement is in place with Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E).

Apollo Solar Projects

  • Entered service in late 2014 and early 2015.
  • 139-megawatts
  • Located in California's Fresno, Kern and Kings counties. 
  • Acquired the six solar development projects from Recurrent Energy.

Imperial Valley Solar Company 2

  • Entered service in the third quarter of 2015.
  • 20-megawatts
  • Located in Imperial, California
  • Acquired from SunPeak Solar, LLC.
  • A 30-year power purchase agreement (PPA) is in place.

Maricopa West

  • Entered service in December 2015.
  • 20-megawatts
  • Located in Kern County
  • Acquired from EC&R NA Solar PV, LLC.

Midway II

  • Entered service In June 2017
  • 30-megawatts
  • Located on 320 acres northwest of Calipatria in Imperial County
  • Acquired from Solar Frontier Americas.
  • A 25-year power purchase agreement with the Imperial Irrigation District, a public power utility in California serving the Imperial Valley is in place. 
  • Facility uses single-axis tracker technology and consists of approximately 242,000 solar modules.