L.A. Expanding Solar With Finalized FIT Program, New 8.5 MW Array

Los Angeles has made a number of strides toward what many hope is a bright energy future with a big new PV array and the finalization of its 150 MW solar feed-in-tariff program. The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) has begun receiving electricity from a new 8.5 MW solar array co-located with the utility's Pine Tree Wind Farm. The LADWP expects the array, located in the Tehachapi Mountains and consisting of 35,160 ground-mounted solar modules, to produce an average of 18 GWh per year over 25 years. The project represents the LADWP’s second utility-built solar array.

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