Ecoplexus Inc. announced April 25 that it has commissioned six solar photovoltaic (PV) projects, totaling 54 MW, in North Carolina.
The six projects, with $79 million in total project value, represent the completion of Ecoplexus’ second and third portfolios in North Carolina.
Currently, the company has an additional 36 MW under construction in the U.S. and Japan. Overall, Ecoplexus anticipates financing and constructing a total of 120 MW in 2016 across its countries of operation. Ecoplexus also manages a development pipeline of approximately 1 GW across twelve states and internationally.
“We recognize the need for clean renewable generation and are proud to contribute to North Carolina’s Renewable Portfolio Standards,” said John Gorman, CEO of Ecoplexus. “We plan to continue increasing our capacity of MW installed per year to address the added demand for renewables.”
Ecoplexus has a project pipeline exceeding 1 GW, representing over $1.2 billion in project value, in the U.S., Japan and Turkey. The company also provides operation and maintenance (O&M) services for investor/owners, including two Fortune 500 companies, for approximately 40 projects.