Castillo Engineering supported 38-MW New York neighborhood photo voltaic portfolio of ClearPath
April 13 (Renewables Now) – Castillo Engineering on Tuesday mentioned it had been contracted to offer electrical design and engineering for a 38.2-MW neighborhood photo voltaic portfolio in upstate New York that’s at present in late levels of development.
The corporate was chosen for the job by ClearPath Power.
The portfolio consists of six tasks between 4.5 MW and seven.5 MW in measurement, a few of which have already reached mechanical completion. The arrays are attributable to come on-line within the second quarter of 2022. Half of the tasks characteristic photo voltaic trackers and the remainder fixed-tilt racking, with all utilizing bifacial modules.
Castillo Engineering mentioned its web site optimisation led to greater than USD 200,000 (EUR 184,000) in common financial savings for every of the tasks.
Greg Hering, co-founder and director of improvement at ClearPath Power, mentioned Castillo Engineering assisted ClearPath in its work with gear suppliers, contractors and lender’s unbiased engineers.
The six tasks are anticipated to generate energy comparable to the annual wants of 8,700 houses, supporting New York’s objective of sourcing 70% of its electrical energy from renewables by 2030.
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