Written by The Business Journal Staff
The project, developed by Pasadena-based Coronal Energy, went live in mid-September, delivering power to Southern California Edison through a 20-year power purchase agreement.
It is expected to generate enough energy annually to power more than 9,000 homes, using self-powered tracking technology that uses solar power to rotate the panels to increase energy yields.
The project is part of a larger portfolio of proposed solar projects that combined make up the Tulare Solar Center, which would total 80 megawatts at full build out.
The array is built on two sites — one totaling 109.3 acres and the other 144 acres near the town of Delano.