Standard Solar, Pivot Energy to build 8.9 MW of community solar parks in Colorado
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US solar companies Standard Solar Inc and Pivot Energy have agreed to once again partner on community solar projects and co-develop an 8.9-MW portfolio in the US state of Colorado.
The solar duo will build five community ground-mounted arrays, two of which will see construction work begin at the end of this summer. All five projects are in the plans to be finalised by the summer of 2020, according to a joint press release.
Pivot Energy will be in charge of developing and constructing the arrays which Standard Solar will finance, own and maintain.
Last October, the two companies worked together on 13 community solar sites with 10.3 MW of combined capacity in Colorado. Ten of those projects are currently in operation, while the remaining three are under development, the companies said.
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