SB Energy said that its 418 MW Juno Solar project in Borden County, Texas, has entered service in the western part of the state. It has long-term Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) with a unit of Mitsui and the Lower Colorado River Authority.
Project construction was performed by Signal Energy. SB Energy, along with SOLV, will provide ongoing operations and maintenance services and asset management. First Solar supplied its Series 6 modules and Nextracker supplied its NX Horizon smart solar tracker.
Juno is one of five projects SB Energy is building this year, with an additional 1.3 GW scheduled to come online over the next seven months.
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