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Beautiful Earth Group, a developer of clean energy generation facilities and technology, has begun construction on the Del Sur Solar power plant in California's Antelope Valley.

Del Sur Solar comprises two 19 MW PV facilities that are expected to generate more than 16 GWh of electricity per year. The project is located on just over 187 acres on previously disturbed agricultural land, significantly reducing potential impacts to the environment, the company notes.

Power purchase agreements are currently being finalized, and interconnection applications have been filed with Southern California Edison and the California ISO.

SOURCE: Beautiful Earth Group


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