Canada’s Revolve cleared to construct 250-MW photo voltaic park on BLM land in Arizona

August 5 (Renewables Now) – Vancouver, Canada-based Revolve Renewable Energy Corp (CVE:REVV) has acquired the inexperienced gentle for its proper of manner/variance land software associated to a 250-MW photo voltaic mission with battery storage in Arizona.

The wind, photo voltaic and vitality storage developer mentioned on Thursday that the approval is a part of the US Bureau of Land Administration’s (BLM’s) allowing course of, the following step by which is the completion of an environmental overview.

The Parker solar-storage advanced is deliberate to be put in on BLM-managed land close to the city of Parker in Arizona’s La Paz County. As soon as in operation, the photovoltaic (PV) park is anticipated to generate sufficient electrical energy to provide round 300,000 properties per 12 months.

Revolve is engaged on the mission by means of its 90%-owned subsidiary Revolve Parker Photo voltaic LLC. The corporate mentioned that by the tip of this 12 months, it intends to proceed with organic, aquatic and cultural useful resource assessments on the chosen web site, examine the interconnection course of with the Western Space Energy Administration and make additional critiques of its proposal.

Engineering consultancy Wooden Group Inc has been employed to steer the sector research. The contractor has already initiated organic subject research and can full them within the subsequent few months, whereas outcomes from the aquatic and cultural useful resource assessments will likely be obtainable within the first quarter of 2023.

At current, Revolve is engaged on the event of utility-scale wind, photo voltaic and battery storage tasks within the US and Mexico totalling 3.7 GW, it mentioned.

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