TC Power to start out constructing 81-MW photo voltaic farm in Alberta

October 5 (Renewables Now) – Canadian vitality firm TC Power Corp (TSE:TRP) on Tuesday mentioned it would begin pre-construction work for its 81-MW Saddlebrook photo voltaic venture close to Aldersyde in Alberta after having secured all regulatory approvals and permits.

The CAD-146-million (USD 107m/EUR 108m) facility shall be put in on TC Power property within the native industrial park and shall be able to producing sufficient electrical energy to energy 20,000 houses a 12 months. The photo voltaic park is predicted to be accomplished in 2023. The corporate additionally mentioned it has acquired greater than 400 MW of renewable energy by means of energy buy agreements (PPAs) in Alberta up to now 24 months.

“That is the primary utility-scale photo voltaic venture to be absolutely developed and delivered by TC Power in our historical past,” remarked Corey Hessen, TC Power govt vice-president and president, energy & vitality options.

The venture can even embrace a circulation battery vitality storage system and is supported by CAD 10 million from Emissions Discount Alberta.

The vitality storage system shall be added in a second stage of the event. As introduced at the end of 2021, the scheme will use Lockheed Martin’s (NYSE:LMT) long-duration GridStar Circulate vitality storage system, which shall be of as much as 6.5 MW and may have output period of as much as eight hours.

(CAD 1 = USD 0.735/EUR 0.741)

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