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Chestnut Solar

  • Acquired in the middle of 2019, and the facility became operational in March 2020
  • Approximately 75 megawatts
  • Located on approximately 930 acres in Halifax County, NC
  • Consists of approximately 272,785 modules
  • Under a long-term renewable energy contract with Facebook

    Clipperton

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

    Fremont

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

    Gutenberg Solar

    • Acquired in the middle of 2019, and the facility became operational in September 2019
    • 79.9 megawatts
    • Located on approximately 1,126 acres in Northampton County, N.C.
    • Consists of approximately 287,430 modules
    • Under a long-term renewable energy contract with Facebook

    IS37

    • The facility entered service in August 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

    Moorings 2

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

    Morgans Corner

    • The facility entered service in December 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

    Mustang Solar

    • The facility became operational in July 2018
    • 5 megawatts
    • Located on approximately 30 acres in Robbins, N.C., in Moore County
    • Consists of approximately 21,300 modules

    Pecan Solar

    • Acquired in 2018, and the facility became operational in December 2018
    • Approximately 75 megawatts
    • Located on approximately 1,050 acres in Northampton County, NC
    • Consists of approximately 929,100 modules
    • Under a long-term renewable energy contract with Facebook

      Pikeville

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

      Siler Solar

      • The facility became operational in December 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

      Summit Farms

      • The facility entered service in December 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 agreement with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston Medical Center and Post Office Square Redevelopment Corporation

      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

      Wilkinson Solar

      • The facility became operational in 2019
      • 74 megawatts (AC)
      • Located on approximately 762 acres in Beaufort County
      • Consists of approximately 256,621 modules
      • Developed by Invenergy
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      Chestnut Solar

      • Acquired in the middle of 2019, and the facility became operational in March 2020
      • Approximately 75 megawatts
      • Located on approximately 930 acres in Halifax County, NC
      • Consists of approximately 272,785 modules
      • Under a long-term renewable energy contract with Facebook

        Clipperton

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

        Fremont

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

        Gutenberg Solar

        • Acquired in the middle of 2019, and the facility became operational in September 2019
        • 79.9 megawatts
        • Located on approximately 1,126 acres in Northampton County, N.C.
        • Consists of approximately 287,430 modules
        • Under a long-term renewable energy contract with Facebook

        IS37

        • The facility entered service in August 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

        Moorings 2

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

        Morgans Corner

        • The facility entered service in December 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

        Mustang Solar

        • The facility became operational in July 2018
        • 5 megawatts
        • Located on approximately 30 acres in Robbins, N.C., in Moore County
        • Consists of approximately 21,300 modules

        Pecan Solar

        • Acquired in 2018, and the facility became operational in December 2018
        • Approximately 75 megawatts
        • Located on approximately 1,050 acres in Northampton County, NC
        • Consists of approximately 929,100 modules
        • Under a long-term renewable energy contract with Facebook

          Pikeville

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

          Siler Solar

          • The facility became operational in December 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

          Summit Farms

          • The facility entered service in December 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 agreement with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston Medical Center and Post Office Square Redevelopment Corporation

          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

          Wilkinson Solar

          • The facility became operational in 2019
          • 74 megawatts (AC)
          • Located on approximately 762 acres in Beaufort County
          • Consists of approximately 256,621 modules
          • Developed by Invenergy
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