The Fulton Mill Solar project is located on 15 acres of scrub-land in Reidsville, Georgia.
The 3.0-megawatt (MW) installation in Tattnall County was constructed on property owned by a local developer, who developed the project in its early-stages.
Fulton Mill Solar utilizes 9,666 JA Solar solar panels, three SMA inverters, and an RBI ground-mount racking system. Completed in May 2015, the ground-mounted, utility-scale installation generates over 4.5 million kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity per year, enough to power over 300 homes and prevent the annual release of over 3,000 tons of carbon dioxide from non-renewable power plants.
Fulton Mill Solar was completed as a part of the Georgia Power Advanced Solar Initiative, a program by the utility to promote the production of clean, green energy in the state.
|Owner and Operator||Citizens Enterprises Corp.|
|Developer||Citizens Enterprises Corp.|
|General Contractor||M.A. Mortenson Co., Minneapolis, Minn.|
|Electrical Contractor||Evergreen Solar Services, Vienna, Va.|
|Installed Capacity||3.0 MW DC|
|Jobs Created||60 during construction|
|Site Area||15 acres|
|Energy Production||4,500,000 kWh per year|
|CO2 Displacement||3,000 tons per year|
|Inverter Type||Sunny Central 750CP-US|
|Module Manufacturer||JA Solar|
|Module Wattage||310 Watts|