White Pine Renewables is pleased to announce the completion of the Healdsburg Floating Solar Project. The project will deliver clean energy to the City of Healdsburg, Calif., under a 25-year power purchase agreement. At 4.78 MW(dc) and sited on ponds at the City’s wastewater treatment plant, the project is the largest floating solar project completed in the United States to date.
White Pine Renewables won the PPA with co-developer Noria Energy following a request for proposals from the city, which is looking to develop renewable distributed energy resources and storage as part of an effort to address resiliency of its electricity supply, according to one of the sources.
This story was originally published on PV Magazine.
OCT. 27, 2020 (San Francisco)…Solar industry veterans Evan Riley, Dylan Dupre and Michael Kremer are proud to announce the launch of White Pine Renewables, a renewable energy development company that will provide competitively priced, long-term power purchase agreements (PPAs) to leading commercial, industrial and public-sector customers. Focusing on projects ranging from 1 to 20 MW(dc), White Pine originates, develops, finances and operates projects throughout the U.S., with key areas of focus in California and the Midwest. Read more.