The company has said it will design, build, operate and maintain the 103-acre park, which is expected to be operational next summer, and will deliver solar power to the regional utility grid operated by the city of Dover.
"SunPower sun-tracking technology is fast to install and reliably delivers clean power during peak demand periods, making solar a competitively-priced choice for power plant applications," said Steve Vavrik, managing director at SunPower.
White Oak is reportedly selling the energy and environmental attributes from the Dover SUN Park through long-term agreements with the City of Dover, Delmarva Power and Light, Delaware Municipal Electric Corporation and the Delaware Sustainable Energy Utility.
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