Energy infrastructure developer Superior Energy’s Cutlass Photo voltaic challenge has commenced full business operations to supply renewable energy to the Higher Houston space of Texas after finishing a number of months of testing.
Situated near Houston, Cutlass Photo voltaic sits on a 700-acre website and employs bifacial photo voltaic panels offered by JA Photo voltaic and expertise that features a ground-mounted single-axis monitoring system. The finished challenge is a 140MW direct present PV photo voltaic producing facility that started delivering energy to the Electrical Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) system in July 2022.
The announcement was the results of the completion of the transition from building and testing to full business operations. Shifting ahead, Superior Energy will proceed as the ability’s asset supervisor and photo voltaic companies supplier SOLV Power is the challenge’s operator.
“We’re dedicated to bringing dependable energy to rising areas that want it, akin to Higher Houston. Cutlass Photo voltaic exemplifies Superior Energy’s persevering with progress as a world developer, supervisor, and proprietor of contemporary energy infrastructure,” stated Collin Brown, Superior Energy’s vice chairman of growth.
Cutlass Photo voltaic is Superior Energy’s first operational challenge in an 8GW renewable and low-carbon growth pipeline throughout the US. A complete of 5 further tasks within the ERCOT pipeline embody Talitha Power (189MW), Oriana Photo voltaic (232MW), Eldora Power (238MW), Elio Power (190MW), Alina Power (245MW). All of those tasks boast the choice so as to add battery storage.