75 MW Solar Power Plant Proposed In Washington State


A privately held solar company has plans to install a 400-acre solar park on property north of Cle Elum, Wash. The Teanaway Solar Reserve is designed to generate about 75 MW of renewable energy, making it the largest photovoltaic solar project ever
proposed in the Northwest, according to Teanaway Solar Reserve LLC, which is developing the project.

The company is negotiating with several international manufacturers of solar PV panels and is reviewing several sites in Cle Elum on which to build the plant for manufacturing the approximately 400,000 panels needed to complete the project.

The target date for completion is fall 2011.

SOURCE: Teanaway Solar Reserve

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