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Duke Energy Renewables acquires Texas solar project from Canadian Solar

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Duke Energy Renewables, a subsidiary of Duke Energy, is expanding its solar energy portfolio by acquiring the 200 MW Rambler solar project from Recurrent Energy, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Canadian Solar Inc.

Duke Energy Renewables, a subsidiary of Duke Energy, is expanding its solar energy portfolio by acquiring the 200 MW Rambler solar project from Recurrent Energy, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Canadian Solar Inc. The project will be located in Tom Green County, Texas, and is expected to achieve commercial operation in mid-2020.

The energy generated from the Rambler solar project will be sold to a customer under a 15-year agreement. The 200-MW project will utilize more than 733 000 of Canadian Solar's high efficiency bifacial BiKu modules across approximately 1700 acres west of San Angelo, Texas. Rambler will power the equivalent of 40 000 homes, and Duke Energy Renewables will provide long-term operations and maintenance services to the project.

The Rambler solar project, which is the fifth acquisition by Duke Energy Renewables this year, will be the company's fourth solar generation facility in Texas. The Rambler solar project also represents one of seven large-scale projects in Recurrent Energy's development portfolio within the state.

Read the article online at: https://www.energyglobal.com/solar/13092019/duke-energy-renewables-acquires-200-mwac-texas-solar-project-from-canadian-solar/

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