Located on a 42-acre site roughly 65 miles north of Los Angeles, the system is set to comprise 46,322 of SolarWorlds 250-watt photovoltaic panels, in addition to 13 inverters from SMA and other balance of system components from Cooper Power Systems. SolarWorld Power Projects has been involved in the design and procurement aspects.
In total, seven domestic manufacturers are involved in the Adelanto project, which is expected to generate around 22,400 megawatt-hours (MWh) of energy during its first year, and 515,700 MWh over a period of 25 years.
Work began on the project initially started back in March.
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