Primergy Solar developing 400-MW solar + storage project for California CCA

Solar Power World

Primergy Solar, a developer, owner and operator of utility-scale solar and energy storage projects, has signed a long-term power purchase agreement (PPA) for the full capacity of its 400-MWAC and 1.6-GWh energy storage Purple Sage Energy Center with San Diego Community Power (SDCP). SDCP, California’s second largest Community Choice Aggregator (CCA) serving nearly 1 million customers, will receive renewable energy and attributes in a long-term power offtake agreement when the project is expected to come online in 2027.

Purple Sage Energy Center is in Nevada, between Las Vegas and the California border, in an optimal solar power location because of its proximity to grid demand and abundance of sun. Primergy working with the Bureau of Land Management to develop new standards to improve the siting, design and construction of renewable energy operations.

“The Purple Sage Energy Center directly supports San Diego Community Power’s mission to provide clean, reliable and affordable energy to our customers,” said Karin Burns, CEO of SDCP. “This agreement with Primergy reinforces our commitments to meet our ambitious renewable goals, while investing in a project that balances environmental and community benefits in support of the clean energy transition.”

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