Solar

Rockfish Solar

Capacity:
13.09 MW
Annual Yield:
20.99 mil. kWh
Country:
United States
State:
Maryland
Commissioning:
2015
Modules:
42240

The 13.09 MWp Rockfish Solar project is scheduled to achieve commercial operation by June of 2015. Rockfish Solar, located in Waldorf, Maryland, was developed and construction by juwi. The Southern Maryland Electrical Cooperative (SMECO) will purchase all of the electricity and environmental attributes from the facility for 20 years pursuant to a power purchase agreement. The solar project is owned by PSEG and consists of 42,240 photovoltaic modules on an approximately 69-acre site.

  • Construction began in January 2015
  • Commercial operation Q2 2014
  • Includes approximately 42,240 crystalline-silicon solar panels on a single-axis tracking system
  • 69-acre site
  • Owner is PSEG Solar
  • Annual generation 20,987 MWh
  • juwi will operate and maintain the project in the initial years

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