Westbridge Renewable Energy Corp.’s wholly owned subsidiary, Georgetown Photo voltaic Inc., has obtained energy plant and battery vitality storage system (BESS) approval and a substation allow and license from the Alberta Utilities Fee (AUC) for its flagship challenge, the Georgetown Photo voltaic + Vitality Storage Undertaking.
The Georgetown Undertaking marks the primary of 4 Alberta tasks of Westbridge to obtain energy plant and BESS approval from the AUC. The approvals permit Georgetown to assemble and function the challenge, situated close to Mossleigh in Vulcan County, Alberta. The challenge consists of a solar energy plant with a capability of as much as 230 MW AC / 278 MW DC, BESS with capability of as much as 200 MWh and the related Mossleigh 1051S Substation. Approval is granted topic to provisions by the Hydro and Electrical Vitality Act and the Alberta Utilities Fee Act.
“We’re happy to have achieved this essential milestone for Westbridge Renewable, validating our work as a number one photo voltaic developer and confirming the power of our group, enterprise mannequin, and high quality of our tasks,” feedback Stefano Romanin, director and CEO. “This approval confirms our capacity to originate high-quality greenfield tasks and add vital worth by taking them to shovel-ready approval.“
Westbridge Renewable Vitality has 5 utility-scale photo voltaic PV tasks and 4 BESS tasks in North America and one standalone BESS challenge within the U.Okay., totaling 1,285 MWp of photo voltaic PV and 500 MW / 1 GWh of BESS underneath improvement in its rising portfolio.