Unirac to deliver ground mount system for 110 MW solar plant in Southern California

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Unirac to deliver ground mount system for 110 MW solar plant in Southern California

Greentech Lead America: Unirac, a provider of
infrastructure for solar power systems, will supply the ground mount system to
Bechtel, an engineering, project management, and construction company, for
the 110MW AC Catalina Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Project in Kern County in
Southern California. The project will cover 1,100 acres of land and produce
enough energy to power approximately 35,000 homes.

“We are excited to work with Bechtel, a global
leader in engineering, procurement and construction, on this important landmark
project. Unirac has long been a leader in the residential and commercial
markets. This award demonstrates that we have become the partner of choice for
large, complex utility projects,” said Peter Lorenz, CEO,
Unirac.  

The Unirac will deliver a ground
mount solution, which combines its successful ISYS Ground Mount 2.0 with
custom racking, resulting in an optimized total installed cost. The project
will be completed by 2013.

“Close collaboration with our customers, superior
engineering, and a commitment to execution allow us to reduce the total
installed cost of utility projects. Our team will ensure delivery over a three
month period on a just in time and at the right time basis as demanded by our
customer’s schedule,” said Tony Borck, senior director for Commercial and
Utility Group, Unirac.  

enXco selects Bechtel as EPC contractor for Catalina solar
project

Bechtel recently received a contract from enXco, an EDF
Energies Nouvelles company, for the engineering, procurement, and construction
of the Catalina solar photovoltaic (PV) generating project in Kern County in
Southern California. As per the agreement, Bechtel will build the 7.2 mile
transmission line to connect the facility to a nearby substation.

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