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OCI Solar Power says construction of Alamo I is under way in San Antonio, Texas. At 41 MW, Alamo I represents the first phase of a 400 MW solar power project delivering energy to CPS Energy, the municipal utility for the city, under a 25-year power purchase agreement.

Alamo I is scheduled to be completed by mid-year. Plans for the remaining megawatts will be built through 2016. Newest to the list of partners is Renewable Energy Systems Americas Inc., which recently received a notice to proceed by OCI Solar Power on its engineering, procurement and construction agreement.



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