MP2 Capital, a developer, financier and operator of solar projects, has completed a 1.6 MW solar photovoltaic array that will power Denver International Airport's fuel storage and distribution facilities.
The company says it utilized a private-public partnership to develop the project, which is one of the first solar power plants completed to date under the Obama administration's grant initiative, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 1603 (ARRA 1603).
The solar array is expected to generate approximately 2,450,000 kWh of electricity in the first year of operation and approximately 47 million kWh during the system's lifetime. Project partners included Intermountain Electric, Sharp Solar, Oak Leaf Energy and Xcel Energy.
SOURCE: MP2 Capital