06.06.2019 / Solar, Company, Press, Americas, Operations & Maintenance

juwi builds 82MWp Solar Park in Colorado for US-Renewable Energy Provider Duke Energy Renewables

Utility-scale project will provide clean energy to customers of Colorado Springs Utilities

Construction just started south of the city of Colorado Springs. The 82 MWp (AC) Palmer Solar project is scheduled to be connected to the grid by the end of this year. The solar park supplies electricity for 19,000 households.

juwi Inc., the Boulder based US-subsidiary of German renewable energy project developer juwi AG, builds an 82 MWp (AC) solar park in El Paso County, Colorado. The Palmer Solar project contains more than 200,000 solar panels, is being built on land south of Colorado Springs and has recently been acquired by Duke Energy Renewables, a commercial business unit of Duke Energy (NYSE: DUK). The plant was developed by juwi and is scheduled to be connected to the grid by the end of this year. juwi will also act as EPC contractor and will provide O&M services after completion. The solar park will generate enough energy to power approximately 19,000 homes per year.

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