Tri-State, Juwi sign PPA for 30 MW Colorado PV plant


Renewable energy developer, juwi has signed a contract to sell the generated energy from the 30 MW San Isabel Solar Project, to Tri-State under a 25 year PPA.

Located in Las Animas County, southern Colorado, the plant is scheduled to be operational in the fourth quarter of next year. Over 100,000 solar panels are expected to be installed across an area of 250 acres. No further project details were immediately available.

The San Isabel Solar Project represents the second utility-scale solar plant in Tri-State’s energy portfolio, the first being the 30 MW Cimarron Solar project, developed by First Solar in northern New Mexico.

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