Revolve's 250-MW Arizona solar project to be shovel-ready in 2024
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Revolve Renewable Power Corp (CVE:REVV) expects that its 250-MW Parker solar project with battery storage in Arizona to enter the ready-to-build stage in 2024, the Vancouver, Canada-based company announced today.
In an update, the wind, solar and energy storage developer said that work on the project is ongoing and now moving towards the mid-stage of the development phase.
The Parker solar-storage complex is planned to be installed on 1,530 acres (620 hectares) of land managed by the US Bureau of Land Management near the town of Parker in Arizona’s La Paz County. Once in operation, the photovoltaic (PV) park is expected to generate enough electricity to supply around 300,000 homes per year.
Revolve received the green light for its right of way/variance land application for the project in August. It then said work will proceed with biological, aquatic and cultural resource assessments and interconnection studies at the site. The environmental field studies, led by engineering consultancy Wood Group Inc, are expected to be completed by the end of next year’s second quarter.
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