ESA Renewables receives feasibility study approval from utility company

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ESA Renewables receives feasibility study approval from utility company

Greentech Lead America: ESA Renewables (ESA), a solar
solutions provider, has received their feasibility study approval from the
utility company.

The feasibility study is aimed at determining a plan, with preliminary cost
estimates, to connect the solar PV project to the utility network at the
location specified by the interconnection customer. The feasibility study shows
the necessary upgrades to the site and the assumption that there will be no
environmental impacts associated with this project.

“The Claysville solar farm is moving along smoothly as expected. This
photovoltaic generation facility will generate decades of clean electricity for
thousands of residents and we are proud to be an integral part of this solar
project,” said Jeffrey Burkett, president of ESA Renewables.

This ground-mount photovoltaic generating facility would be in operation for
twenty years on property located on West Route 40 in Washington County. The
planned site is a grid connected 20MW solar photovoltaic generation facility,
divided in 20 units, each of them with a 1 MVA step up transformer.

ESA plans to construct, commission, monitor, and operate and maintain (O&M)
the solar array during the lifespan of the system. Utilizing ESA’s control and
monitoring system via a secured connection, ESA’s system managers will have
immediate access, from anywhere in the world, to pertinent real-time data being
generated from the solar farm.

ESA owns and operates a diverse portfolio of more than 500 solar PV power
generating facilities located in the United States, Puerto Rico, Spain and
Italy. ESA’s scope of services includes financing, engineering, construction,
testing, monitoring, and operation and maintenance.

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