ENGIE’s solution: the biggest solar farm in the United States
The Long Draw project is perfectly aligned with the Group’s strategy, which consists of accelerating the transition to a carbon neutral economy. Thanks to the conclusion of a long-term Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) offering consistent prices, ENGIE North America has succeeded in funding and completing the Long Draw solar project on the Borden County site in Texas, which came on stream in December 2020. With an output of 225 MW of solar electricity, Long Draw is ENGIE’s biggest solar project in the United States to date. It now supplies renewable energy to all four local authorities.
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has signed a contract for the purchase of 100 MW of solar energy per year. Denton will purchase 75 MW of capacity, Garland 25 MW of capacity and Kerrville 25 MW of capacity.
- 800,000 solar panels
- 225 MW of green energy produced per year
- A contract negotiated for 15 years
“We are delighted to be able to help our customers to significantly diversify their renewable energy sources.”
David Carroll, Chief Renewables Officer, ENGIE North America