174 Power Global is committed to solar projects, teaming with landowners, community members, investors and other project developers all across the nation to build solar farms that deliver clean power to the grid. We believe this is the best way to provide clean, 100% renewable, utility scale energy to the largest number of people.
Check out our dynamic project portfolio below.
In early 2019, 174 Power Global began construction of a 150MWac solar facility in Ector County Texas on approximately 1,200 acres of private land. Energy from the project will be sold into the ERCOT market under a financial energy hedge with JP Morgan. More than 560,000 Hanwha Q Cells modules will be installed on the project site. Once complete in March of 2020, this power plant will generate 180 megawatts, enough electricity to power more than 30,000 Texas homes annually.
The Laguna Solar generating facility sits just outside of the city of Torreón in the state of Coahuila, Mexico. Torreón’s population hovers at approximately 700,000 inhabitants and benefits from rich agriculture and industrial businesses. Laguna Solar is a 100 MWac solar facility located on land owned by the project. The project’s Power Purchase Agreement was awarded under Mexico’s second long-term auction and the counter-party is Comisión Federal de Energia (CFE), the national power company of Mexico. Laguna Solar is the first of several solar projects fully developed by 174 Power Global in Mexico. With a dedicated in-country Mexico team, 174 Power Global continues to expand into Mexico as an important growth region.
The Imeson Solar and Storage project is a 9.2MWdc photovoltaic (PV) solar array with a 1.5MW/3.8MWh battery energy storage system (BESS). The project supplies power under a long term PPA to JEA (local public utility supplying Jacksonville electric market) and delivers power on their distribution grid system through a 5MWac point of interconnection. The project is located on 66 acres of land in the northwestern region of Jacksonville, Florida utilizing approximately 53 acres for the solar PV / storage facility. The project is one of the first utility scales DC couple solar energy storage projects in the U.S and has become operational in December 2019.
The Techren Solar project is located on over 2,300 acres of the Eldorado Valley Energy Zone, in Boulder City, Nevada. Once all phases are fully operational, it will be one of the largest solar Photovoltaic facilities in the United States. Located 25 miles south east of Las Vegas, the Techren Solar I facility (100 MWac) and Techren Solar II facility (200 MWac) are photoelectric power plants that will provide energy to both of Nevada Energy’s operating companies under 25-year Power Purchase Agreements. Techren Solar I contracted 100MWs with Nevada Power Corporation in July 2016 and is fully operational . Techren Solar II began construction in 2018, now fully operational and is contracted with Sierra Pacific Corporation. Techren III, IV, and V are under construction adding another 100 MWac to the project and will be complete late 2020.
The Midway Solar Generating facility occupies about 1500 acres of 100% privately held land in southern Pecos County with closest proximity to Midland, Texas. This 182 MWac project benefits from a 25-year Power Purchase Agreement with Austin Energy, one of the most well respected utility in ERCOT. Fully constructed in 2018, the Midway Solar project utilizes over 685,000 Hanwha Q Cells modules, delivering power to a nearby AEP CREZ substation well situated in the vicinity. It represents one of our most premier greenfield developments in the US market, and was previously the largest solar project in the state of Texas.
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