Solar Builder

JAN-FEB 2019

Solar Builder focuses on the installation/construction of solar PV systems. We cover the latest PV technology (modules, mounting, inverters, storage, BOS) and equip installers/contractors with tips and tools to make informed purchasing decisions.

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SOLARBUILDERMAG.COM | 27 Canadian Solar's wholly owned subsidiary Recurrent Energy LLC com- pleted the sale of its 150 MWac/210 MWp Mustang Two solar project to Solar Frontier Americas, which the company plans to add to its independent power producer (IPP) portfolio. "With this important acquisition, SFA further expands its U.S. business to become an independent power producer, an owner of operating electric power facilities," said Charles Pimentel, CEO of Solar Frontier Americas' IPP business unit. "We already have a substantial greenfield pipeline and are actively acquiring utility-scale projects and development assets to further scale our business." Located on 1,400 acres in Kings County, Calif., the Mustang Two proj- ect is expected to create approximately 400 jobs during peak construction. In this partnership, Recurrent Energy will continue to manage the develop- ment of the project, readying it for construction; Solar Frontier Americas will finance and manage the construction of the project, which is slated to achieve commercial operation in 2020. The project will then be operated by Solar Frontier Americas' growing independent power producer business. Power Player Solar Frontier shifts into independent power producer role

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