Red Fox Solar seeks North Carolina nod for 5-MW project in Robeson County

Red Fox Solar LLC applied Dec. 30 to the North Carolina Utilities Commission for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity authorizing construction of a 5-mW (ac) solar facility to be located in Robeson County, N.C.

The facility is to be ocated on the east side of Shannon Road (also known as State Road 1001), north of the intersection with Wagon Wheel Road and south of the intersection with Watson Farm Road, in Shannon, Robeson County.

It will consist of approximately nineteen thousand nine hundred fifty (19,950) 340Wp PV modules (or equivalent) affixed to ground mounted racks supported on driven piles. The facility will utilize three 1,667kW inverters (or equivalent).

The $20 million facility is projected to come online in December 2016. Electricity generated will be sold to Duke Energy Progress under a 15-year power purchase agreement.  The projected annual sales of the facility are 12,209,400 kWh.

A project contact is: Andrew Giraldo, Red Fox Solar LLC, 645 Wingrave Drive, Charlotte, NC 28270, redfoxsolarllc@gmail.com, 704-200-2911.

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