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Harnessing the power of the sun to fulfill energy needs and shape a sustainable future

ENGIE North America Supports Commercial and Industrial Companies, Municipalities, and Utilities to meet their sustainable energy goals through solar energy, increasingly combined with storage solutions.

There are numerous ways organizations can tap into solar energy. We configure solutions based on specific requirement for scale, price stability, energy efficiency, resiliency, and flexibility. Our portfolio includes:  

  • Large, grid-scale solar farms providing clean energy to several of a company’s or municipality’s buildings via Power Purchasing Agreements (PPAs) 
  • Rooftop installations and carports for on-site solar 
  • Distribution scale systems that connect to the local grid to service communities 
  • Community solar gardens (CSG) which bring renewable energy to businesses, residents and municipalities that don’t have the resources for on-site solar or direct power purchase agreements (PPAs). 

We provide complete end-to-end services from development to financing, construction, procurement and operations.   Regardless of the identified solution or customer, we’ve built a reputation on innovation, integration, and exceptional service. 

See where both large scale and on-site solar projects are delivering clean energy

Affordable solar installations power company campuses, cities, towns and regions 

We work with customers at the municipal, utility and corporate level, to build a portfolio of cost-efficient solar energy installations across multiple sites. By  leveraging economies of scale, we help our clients improve the financial advantages of solar energy — lowering project financial costs, streamlining engineering, increasing buying power, improving supply-chain efficiencies and enhancing construction and ongoing system maintenance to generate strong economic returns on every project.  

And bring investment, economic incentives and jobs to local communities and citizens 

While our customers benefit from cleaner energy that is efficient, reliable, resilient, and flexible, the communities where we implement our solar farms also benefit from our partnership. From acting as trusted stewards of the land, to investing in local communities through jobs, economic incentives, and community education on solar energy – our involvement in local communities is rooted in our purpose to shape a sustainable future – For the long term. 
 

ENGIE North America has signed SEIA pledge against forced labor

ENGIE North America has signed the Solar Energy Industries Association’s (SEIA) Forced Labor Prevention Pledge  – joining more than 150 organizations forced labor within the solar supply chain. The pledge states our firm opposition to the use of forced labor within the solar supply chain and reinforces our commitment to human rights, while raising awareness of this critical industry issue within the industry.  See more
 

Our Solar Projects

Hopkins, Texas
Hopkins, Texas

From corporate buyers to landowners—we prioritize open, honest communication with all our partners. We set realistic expectations on project timelines and maintain strong communication throughout the development, construction, and operation process. Everyone at ENGIE North America genuinely respects our partners, our communities, and our planet, which underpins the work we do every day. We encourage innovation and go the extra mile, every time, to build bigger, better renewable energy projects.

  • Location: Hopkins County, Texas
  • Status: In Development
  • Project MW: 250 MW 
  • Transmission: ERCOT
  • Project Area: Approximately 1,850 acres
  • Customer: Confidential
Holman, Texas
Holman, Texas

In April 2017, ENGIE achieved commercial operations of the 50 MWp Solaire Holman project located in Brewster County, TX. The project consists of a 50 MWp solar electric generating facility using poly-silicon technology and single axis trackers to generate electricity for the ERCOT wholesale electric system. The array is selling 100% of its output under a 20-year PPA to the City of Houston, TX. 

  • Location: Brewster County, Texas 
  • Status: Operational 
  • Project MW: 50 MW 
  • Transmission: ERCOT 
  • Customer: The City of Houston, Texas 
Long Draw 1, Texas
Long Draw 1, Texas

In June 2019, ENGIE declared FNTP on its 225 MW Long Draw 1 Project in Borden County, Texas. The project will sell 100% of energy settled at different ERCOT hubs and busbar via a physical PPA to four Texas municipal utilities: Denton Electric Municipal Utility, New Braunfels Utilities, Garland Power & Light and Kerrville Public Utility. The COD for Long Draw 1 was December 2020. 

  • Location: Borden County, Texas 
  • Status: Operational
  • Project MW: 225 MW 
  • Transmission: ERCOT 
  • Project Area: 1,600+ acres 
  • Customer: City of Denton, New Braunfels Utilities, Garland Power and Light, Kerrville Public Utility Board 
Anson 1, Texas
Anson 1, Texas

In 2019, ENGIE entered into a hybrid wind/solar contract with Microsoft, selling 85 MW from its Anson 1 solar project and 147 MW from its Las Lomas wind project. This hybrid structure also includes a Volume Firming Swap Agreement provided by ENGIE’s trading group. In addition to providing clean, renewable energy to the local grid, Anson 1 will have a positive economic impact in the local community, namely through construction jobs and purchases of local goods and services. With a total capacity of 200 MW, the COD for Anson was March 2021. 

  • Location: Jones County, Texas 
  • Status: Operational
  • Project MW: 200 MW 
  • Transmission: ERCOT 
  • Project Area: 2,200+ acres 
  • Customer: Microsoft 
Sand Fork Solar, Texas
Sand Fork Solar, Texas

In June 2019, ENGIE entered into a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Target Corp. for 89 MW of capacity from the Sand Fork Solar, in Texas, and the project is slated to come online in Q1 2021. In addition to providing clean, renewable energy, the project will have a positive economic impact in the local area, namely through local construction jobs and purchases of local goods and services. 

  • Location: Jones County, Texas 
  • Status: Under Construction 
  • Project MW: 200 MW 
  • Transmission: ERCOT 
  • Project Area: 2,200+ acres 
  • Customer: Target 
Whitehorn, Virginia  
Whitehorn, Virginia  

Whitehorn Solar is sited in a rural area where large-scale energy projects bring much needed economic development, including short- and long-term employment as well as tax benefits to the local community. Located outside the town of Gretna in Southern Virginia, the project will be built on about 450 acres of former farmland. Construction will begin in Q2 2020 and the Whitehorn Solar Project will be operational by Summer 2021. 

  • Location: Pittsylvania County, Virginia 
  • Status: Under Construction 
  • Project MW: 50 MW 
  • Transmission: PJM Interconnection L.L.C.
  • Project Area: 700+ acres 
Bluestone, Virginia
Bluestone, Virginia

The 50-MW Bluestone solar site is in a rural area where large-scale energy projects bring additional economic development, including short- and long-term employment as well as tax benefits to the local community. Located near the town of Chase City in Southern Virginia, the project site consists of fallow agricultural and cleared timber land. Construction commenced in March 2019 and the project came online in June 2021.

Three additional projects are slated to be commissioned in Virginia during the next two years, bringing to the state about 220 MW total production of additional renewable energy.

  • Location: Mecklenburg County, Virginia
  • Status: Operational 
  • Project MW: 50 MW 
  • Transmission: PJM Interconnection LLC
  • Project Area: 330 acres
  • Customer: Digital Realty
Brockville, Ontario
Brockville, Ontario

Located just west of the City of Brockville, Ontario, Brockville Solar is a 10 MWac facility. The site encompasses a total area of approximately 85 acres. The Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) issued a contract in April 2010 to purchase the electrical output from the facility for a term of 20 years. Brockville Solar achieved commercial operation in February 2013.  

  • Location: Ontario 
  • Status: Operational 
  • Project MW: 10 MWac 
  • Transmission: Hydro One Networks Inc. Distribution System  
  • Customer: IESO  
Beckwith, Ontario
Beckwith, Ontario

Located southwest of Ottawa, Ontario, Beckwith Solar is a 10 MWac solar photovoltaic project. The site encompasses a total area of approximately 80 acres. The Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) issued a contract in April 2010 to purchase electrical output from the facility for a term of 20 years. Beckwith Solar became operational in January 2014.  

  • Location: Ontario 
  • Status: Operational 
  • Project MW: 10 MWac 
  • Transmission: Hydro One Networks Inc. Distribution System  
  • Customer: IESO 
Distributed Scale Generation 
Distributed Scale Generation 

With more than 600 projects installed across 29 U.S. states and two additional sites in Canada, ENGIE is an industry leader in distributed solar generation. From roof-top installations on customer locations across the country to local scale generation for multiple Cooperatives and Municipalities, our distributed generation provides a key element in the energy transition for many organizations and communities.  

See where our distributed solar projects are

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