Idaho’s largest solar project is now connected to grid

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Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions has commenced commercial operation of a 120 MW jackpot solar project in Twin Falls County, Idaho.

It is the state’s first utility-scale renewable energy project and the largest operating solar facility in Idaho. Providing energy to Idaho Power through his PPA for 20 years.

“Entering the Idaho solar market with such a large-scale renewable project is very exciting for Duke Energy,” said Chris Fallon, president of Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions. . “Jackpot Solar will help support Idaho Power’s clean energy goals while enhancing energy diversity across the state and delivering additional economic benefits to the state and Twin Falls County.”

Completion of SOLV Energy Engineering and construction of a project located on 952 acres of countryside south of the city of Twin Falls. Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions will own and operate the project. The project employed about 200 workers during peak construction.

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