The Taylor Solar Project consists of two ground-mounted, utility-scale solar installations located within the same industrial park in Butler, Ga.
One installation is a 2.0-megawatt array and the other a 1.0-megawatt solar generator. Together, the two projects consist of over 9,000 solar panels and close to 100 inverters.
The arrays together generate over 4.5 million kilowatt hours of electricity per year.
Taylor Solar prevents the annual release of over 3,000 tons of carbon dioxide from non-renewable power plants and powers approximately 300 local homes.
The 2.0-megawatt project in Taylor County, completed in January 2015, was acquired from the original developer, SolAmerica of Atlanta, as a late-state development asset and was completed as a part of the Georgia Power Advanced Solar Initiative, a utility program to promote the creation of clean, green, renewable energy.
The 1.0-megawatt installation was acquired from Hannah Solar and completed in December 2014.
|Developer, Owner and Operator||Citizens Enterprises Corp.|
|General Contractor||SolAmerica, Atlanta, Ga. and Hannah Solar, Atlanta, Ga.|
|Installed Capacity||3.0 MW DC|
|Site Area||12 acres|
|Energy Production||4,500,000 kWh per year|
|CO2 Displacement||3,000 tons per year|
|Inverter Manufacturer||Chint and SMA|
|Inverter Type (Quantity)||SCA28KTL-DO (60) and 24000TL-US (36)|
|Module Wattage||310 Watts|