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Enel Green Power starts construction on five renewable energy projects across US

Written by: Leonard Parker | Solar News | 06th May


Enel Green Power’s 497 MW Roadrunner solar farm in Texas.

Enel Green Power North America has started construction on five new renewable energy projects in the U.S. including Roseland solar + storage, Blue Jay solar + storage, Ranchland wind + storage, Alta Farms wind project and Rockhaven wind project. In addition, Enel will add 57 MW battery storage systems to two operational projects in Texas, the High Lonesome wind farm and Roadrunner solar farm. The new wind, solar and hybrid projects, located in Texas, Illinois and Oklahoma represent over 1.5 GW of new capacity and 319 MW of battery storage capacity.

“The American transition to clean energy is unstoppable, and Enel Green Power North America is playing a leading role,” said Salvatore Bernabei, CEO of Enel Green Power and Head of Enel’s Global Power Generation business line. “With more than 2 GW now under construction in the United States, more than ever before, we are creating value with communities, partners, and our entire value chain, helping meet the ambitious clean energy targets of policymakers and businesses alike.”

The five new projects under construction will generate over 4.1 TWh of renewable electricity per year, equivalent to avoiding 2.5 million tons of CO2 emissions, and enough to power over 525,000 U.S. households per year. These projects are expected to generate around 450 million US dollars in tax revenue for local communities and new income for project landowners over their lifetimes. Construction of the projects will be generate over 1,500 construction jobs. Enel Green Power North America currently has over 2.3 GW of renewable generation under construction and by mid-year will have 606 MW of battery storage capacity under construction with the addition of these projects.



Source: https://solarbuildermag.com/news/enel-green-power-starts-construction-on-five-renewable-energy-projects-across-us/