With an installed capacity of 50 MW, the Seville Solar Project in California was Kruger Energy’s first foray into the solar sector. Kruger Energy developed the project, oversaw its construction, successfully commissioned and started commercial operation in December 2015, and subsequently sold it to a leading US electricity utility.
Building on this great accomplishment, Kruger Energy is now developing a major solar asset portfolio of more than 300 MW in the Southeastern United States and has submitted three solar projects (with an installed capacity of 180 MW) as part of the most recent solar energy procurement process launched by Georgia Power, in Georgia. Kruger Energy also recently acquired a solar rooftop power plant in North Carolina and is currently assessing various opportunities in Canada and the United States.
Solar Rooftop in North Carolina
Kruger Energy is the owner of the the Red Toad II solar rooftop power plant in Fuquay-Varina, near Raleigh, North Carolina. The 500-kW plant, located on the roof of a large industrial building, is already up and running and will be operated by Kruger Energy for 15 years.
With an installed capacity of 50 MW, the Seville Solar Project was Kruger Energy’s first foray into the construction and commissioning of a solar energy park. The Seville complex, sold to a renewable energy subsidiary of a leading US electricity utility before it was completed, was successfully placed in operation in December 2015.
The Seville Solar project under construction in 2015.