Duke Energy Renewables Acquires Two N.C. Solar Power Projects

Duke Energy Renewables Acquires North Carolina Solar Projects

Duke Energy Renewables acquired two 5-MW solar projects in eastern North Carolina from ET Capital, a member of the ET Solar Group and lead developer of the projects.

The Hertford and Long Farm projects were completed in March. Power generated by the projects will be sold to Dominion NC Power under 15-year agreements. ET Solar Group supplied 44,631 305-W modules for the two sites.

To date, Duke Energy companies have installed more than 400 MW of solar energy in North Carolina. Duke Energy has invested more than $4 billion in renewable energy and plans to invest another $3 billion over the next five years.

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