San Francisco, June 04, 2017 – Ecoplexus Inc., a leading global developer of Renewable Energy projects, announced today that it has begun construction on its next set of ground-mounted installations in the United States including the Ecoplexus American Legion Solar Center in North Carolina. The 25MWs of Solar Centers represent a combined investment of more than $35 million dollars. These facilities will be interconnected into Dominion North Carolina Power’s electrical grid, increasing the capacity of clean energy the utility has to distribute around the state.
These projects will be added to Ecoplexus’ growing IPP asset base. These projects will provide 40 gigawatt-hours of clean electricity annually. That is enough to power 4,000 homes and prevent the carbon dioxide emission of roughly 4 million gallons of gasoline, in effect taking 6,000 passenger vehicles off the road.
About Ecoplexus Inc.
Ecoplexus develops, owns and operates Renewable Energy projects for the utility, and industrial markets in the U.S., Japan, Mexico and Vietnam. The Company has developed and financed over fifty projects to date. Customers include major utilities such as PG&E, Duke, Progress, Xcel Energy, PSEG, and Georgia Power and approximately fifteen municipalities in the US as well as Tokyo Electric and Tohoku Electric Power in Japan.
With greater than 900 MWs between construction and pipeline in the U.S. and Internationally, representing over $850 million in project value, Ecoplexus is actively developing or buying renewable energy assets at every stage. The Company also provides operation and maintenance (O&M) services for investor/owners, including Fortune 500 companies, for approximately 50 projects.
For more information about Ecoplexus, please visit www.ecoplexus.com.