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AP Solar announces second major solar project in Texas

Power Technology:

Solar Plus Development (SPDI), Avondale Solar (Avondale) and J-Power USA have signed an agreement to jointly develop the 400MW AC Charger Solar photovoltaic project.

The companies have developed the Charger Solar project in Refugio County, Texas, through their equally owned joint venture company AP Solar.

The companies expect to start construction on the solar facility in the second half of next year. They then expect it to come online in 2023.

In March this year, SDPI, Avondale and J-Power USA agreed to use AP Solar to jointly develop a 350MW AC solar PV project in Wharton County, Texas, called Red-Tailed Hawk Solar.

The project is expected to break ground in the second half of this year and is slated to enter operational phase by 2022.

AP Solar Holdings CEO Trevor Nash said: “We are very pleased to be working with J-Power USA on the development of Charger Solar, in addition to the previously announced Red-Tailed Hawk Solar, and, based on the market dynamics and data that we are seeing, Charger Solar will be optimally located to deliver power to both the South and Houston Zones of the local grid.”

More: SDPI, Avondale and J-Power to develop Charger Solar project in U.S.

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