OneEnergy Renewables develops utility-scale clean energy projects around the country. Here are a few projects we're excited about.
Cambridge Solar is a 4.2 MW (DC) solar PV project located in Dorchester County, Maryland. Once complete, the project will supply roughly 40% of the electricity requirements of The National Aquarium in Baltimore through a 25-year electricity supply agreement with Constellation.
Threemile Canyon Farms and OneEnergy Renewables jointly developed this 4.8 MW biodigester in Boardman, OR. The project commenced commercial operation in September 2012 and produces enough clean electricity to power more than 3,100 homes.
The Greenville PV Project will generate approximately 5,300 MWh of clean energy each year, enough to power nearly 500 Ohio homes or equivalent to taking more than 700 cars off the road.
Bevans Point Solar, a project in OneEnergy's Oregon development portfolio, is a 2.0 MW (DC) solar PV project located near Klamath County, Oregon. Once complete, the project is expected to generate roughly 4,000 MWh per year for 25 years. That's enough clean energy to power over 380 homes and create an emissions reduction equivalent to removing more than 520 cars from the road.
Wye Mills Solar is a proposed 13.5 MW (DC) solar photovoltaic project located in Queen Anne’s County, Maryland. This project has achieved key development milestones including full site control, a system impact study and a clear and affordable path to all major government approvals.