Tesla Megapacks to Power Solar Power Plant in California, as Ground Br

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Tesla Megapack units are to turn into a part of a solar energy plant in California. Arevon Energy and San Diego Community Power have broken ground on Vikings Energy Farm, a solar and battery-powered peaker power plant.

Arevon Energy and San Diego Community Power (SDCP) have broken ground on Vikings Energy Farm, a solar and battery-powered power plant in Holtville, California, Solar Power World reports. The project was first announced in May 2021, after the signing of the agreement. Under the terms of the ability purchase agreement, the RAI Energy Vikings Energy Farm project will help SDCP power the equivalent of fifty,000 homes.

Vikings Energy Farm is one in every of the primary solar energy plants in the US. The ability has a novel 1:1 configuration of 137 MW of solar, coupled with 150 MW/600 MWh of battery energy storage. This may allow the usage of daytime solar energy production during later and evening hours, providing peak power when needed. At Vikings Energy Farm, energy might be stored in Tesla Megapack batteries, that are the most effective solution within the industry, and First Solar thin-film solar modules might be used for generating power.

“Arevon is proud to bring the Vikings Energy Farm to Imperial Valley. We’re especially excited concerning the unique design, which provides a storage component that’s as powerful as our ability to generate solar energy,” said Justin Johnson, Arevon’s chief operating officer. “This unique design, an extension of our ongoing commitment to leading-edge technologies, will allow the power to supply energy every time needed, helping to stabilize the grid, and benefiting everyone on this community, and across the state of California.”

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