Projects

Central Valley Portfolio Tulare & Kings County California
Farmersville, California
4.5 MW

The ground mounted system is capable of generating enough electricity for about 1,200 average-sized homes.

Avalon
Tucson, Arizona
35 MW

Coronal acquired the 225-acre Avalon Solar Project, which generates enough emission-free solar energy to power 5,620 homes through Tucson Electric Power. Panasonic Eco Solutions (Panasonic), a unit of Panasonic Corporation of North America, is overseeing the operations of the project. Coronal is the operating manager of the asset.

Red Hill Solar Center
Warren County, North Carolina
5 MW

The Red Hill Solar Center is a 5 MW (AC) solar farm located in Warren County, NC, with power sales to Duke Energy Progress (DEP). It is part of a 60 MW portfolio commissioned in 2014.

Upchurch Solar Center
Wilson County, North Carolina
5 MW

The Upchurch Solar Center is a 5 MW (AC) solar farm located in Wilson County, NC, with power sales to the North Carolina Eastern Municipal Power Agency (NCEMPA). NCEMPA consists of 32 cities and towns in eastern North Carolina – including some of the largest cities in the region – that own and operate their electric systems.

Somers Solar Center
Tolland County, Connecticut
5 MW

The Somers Solar Center is a 5 MW (AC) solar farm located in the Town of Somers, CT with power sales to Connecticut Light & Power. The project was awarded under a competitive solicitation issued by the Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection, and is the largest operational project in the state.

Camden Solar Center
Camden, New Jersey
1.8 MW

The Camden Solar Center is a 1.8 MW (AC) solar project comprised of more than 7,200 solar panels spanning seven acres of open water tanks at a wastewater treatment facility. The project was commissioned in 2012 and sells power to the Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority.

Boseman Solar Center
Nash County, North Carolina
5 MW

The Boseman Solar Center is a 5 MW (AC) solar farm located in Nash County, NC, with power sales to the North Carolina Eastern Municipal Power Agency (NCEMPA). It is part of a 60 MW portfolio commissioned in 2014.

Lost Hills
Lost Hills, CA
26 MW

The 26 MWdc (20.00 MWac) Coronal Lost Hills project generates 54,620 MWh of emission-free solar power, the equivalent of taking 8,000 cars off the road. The project, built by Panasonic and Swinerton Builders, uses photovoltaic (PV) panel technology mounted on horizontal-axis trackers that rotate with the sun’s position in order to optimize electricity generation. This project contributes to SCE’s fulfillment of California’s Renewable Portfolio Standard requirements.

The Conrad Hilton Foundation
Agoura, California
115 kW

The renewable energy installation is positioned on the carport structure on the Foundation’s campus. The array is one component of the new Hilton Foundation campus strategy to be more energy efficient and environmentally responsible.

Rolling Hills Preparatory School
San Pedro, California
165 kW

Being green is in the DNA of Rolling Hills Preparatory, which was built on the site of a former U.S. Navy facility. The 165 kW solar array is expected to reduce the school’s current energy bill by 80%. And during certain times of the year, the school will be transmitting energy back into the Southern California grid.

Sonoma Raceway
Sonoma, California
353 kW

Sonoma Raceway partnered with Panasonic to design and install 1,652 solar panel arrays at key campus locations. The arrays offset up to 41% of the racetrack’s electrical load. The results have significantly enhanced the facility’s existing sustainable practices.

Town of Breckenridge, Colorado
Colorado
650 kW

This project, consisting of seven separate solar arrays, was financed using a 20-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with the town. Electricity generation for the first full year of service is projected at 622,000 kWh.

University of Colorado
Boulder, Colorado
788 kW

The solar installation is located in the heart of the 220-acre CU Research Park, home to the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP), Center for Astrophysics and Space Astronomy (CASA) and the Jennie Smoly Caruthers Biotechnology Building.  The array is a ground-mount installation that will provide clean energy power generation to both research facilities and buildings throughout the Boulder campus.

E-470 Public Highway Authority
Colorado
707 kW

Distributed across 22 separate Authority facilities, this 707 kW project was financed using a 20-year Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with the Authority. Electricity generation for the first full year of service is projected at 1,013,500 kWh.

Jefferson County Public School System
Colorado
4.2 MW

Recognized by the White House for its innovative public-private partnership, the Jefferson County 4.2 MW solar arrays have been implemented into 30 schools.