OneEnergy Renewables develops utility-scale clean energy projects around the country. Here are a few projects we're excited about.
OneEnergy developed the 13.6 MW Wye Mills solar project which will serve the Johns Hopkins Medicine's East Baltimore Campus and is expected to be complete and operational within the first half of 2016. The Wye Mills project is located in Queen Anne's County, Maryland and is expected to offset about 18 percent of the total energy Johns Hopkins facilities utilize. The solar power system will deliver the energy generated to Johns Hopkins for less than their current electricity rate, and provide a long term hedge against the rising costs of purchasing power.
OneEnergy developed the 3.0 MW Steel Bridge Solar project in Polk County, Oregon. Previously covered in weeds, the installation of a solar energy facility at this location makes for a unique success story: an optimally sited renewable energy project that utilizes directly- adjacent electrical infrastructure; delivery of a consistent revenue stream for the landowner on what was previously a low value piece of land; and, the provision of ongoing tax revenue to an economically distressed region. The project is expected to produce nearly 4,000 MWh of energy in its first year of operation and will be the largest single solar PV project in Portland General Electric’s service territory.
Cambridge Solar is a 4.3 MW (DC) solar photovoltaic project operating in the heart of Maryland’s Eastern Shore. The project is designed to produce energy to meet 40% of the National Aquarium’s annual energy needs.