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1.25 MW | Broadway Plaza


Shoppers at Broadway Plaza—a popular shopping mall Northeast of San Francisco—will be familiar with these two photovoltaic systems. Installed on the rooftop of Buildings 1 & 2 and the third floor of Broadway Plaza’s car park, the system insulates the buildings and provides shaded parking. It also produces over 1,800 MWhs each year—reducing Broadway Plaza’s electricity bill by more than $425,000 annually.

Walnut Creek, CA

1.25 MW | Jacksonville Electric Authority (JEA)

Since 1999, Jacksonville Electric Authority has been focused on increasing green energy sources. Today, this array on Old Kings Road in Jacksonville is helping them reach their Renewable Portfolio Standards goal. The single-axis tracking system produces over 2,000 MWhs annually.

Jacksonville, FL

3.1 MW | Jemez Mountains Electric Cooperative

Alcalde may be small—the 2010 census counted only 285 residents—but it's home to the sprawling Jemez Cuba project. This ground mount, single-axis system spans 15 acres and produces over 6,500 MWhs annually. The power produced is purchased by Jemez Mountains Electric Cooperative.

Alcalde, NM

2.3 MW | Nevada Power

When the Las Vegas Valley Water District opened in 1954, they were providing water to approximately 45,000 people. Today they serve over 1.5 million. This carport system is located on their campus and sells energy directly to LVVWD, helping them to get clean water to their entire service area. It produces 4,000 MWhs each year.

Las Vegas, NV

500 kW | Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E)

Ione was founded during the Gold Rush and today is Amador County's largest city. Ione Tertiary Treatment Plant—a water treatment facility—is home to this array, which boasts a ground-mounted, fixed-tilt system. The power produced at this site benefits the city of Ione.

Ione, CA

3.6 MW | Southern California Edison (SCE)

Situated in the Santa Clara River Valley, Fillmore is a small city bisected by the Santa Clara River. EcoPower Development worked with the County of Ventura to establish an array here. The project has been generating clean power since 2021 and produces 7,100 MWhs annually.

Fillmore, CA

3 MW | Central Maine Power (CMP)

Located in a cloverleaf off of Highway 95 in Maine's capital, this system produces power that benefits the Maine Department of Transportation. It consists of two neighboring arrays, which EcoPower acquired in Q2 of 2023.

Augusta, ME

1.6 MW | Central Maine Power (CMP)

This system is also located in Augusta, just a bit further along Highway 95. The Maine Department of Transportation benefits from this array as well. The system was added to EcoPower's portfolio in Q3 of 2023.

Augusta, ME

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