Queen Creek Solar Farm, Queen Creek, Arizona, USA

Queen Creek Solar Farm, Queen Creek, Arizona, USA



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  • 120 x 120 cm

    (48 × 48″)


Product Description

Queen Creek Solar Farm, Queen Creek, Arizona, USA

Queen Creek Solar Farm, Queen Creek, Arizona, USA

The 25 MW Queen Creek Solar Farm is one of the largest operational solar power plants in the U.S.A., covering over 148 acres of desert land in Queen Creek, Arizona. Constructed and maintained by Denver, Colorado-based EPC contractor juwi solar Inc., the installation comprises over 90,000 YGE
72 Cell Series modules, which are specifically designed for utility-scale applications. These modules proved ideal for the project because of their large size and compatibility with single-axis solar tracking systems manufactured by Array Technologies. PSEG Solar Source, the owner of the Queen Creek Solar Farm, holds a 20-year Power Purchase Agreement with the Salt River Project, the nation’s third-largest investor-owned utility company, to supply clean electricity to consumers in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area. The solar facility reached commercial operation within one year of its groundbreaking, a significant achievement for a project of this magnitude.
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