Blue Wing Solar Project

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The 14.4 megawatt (MW) Blue Wing Solar Project is a solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant in San Antonio, Texas.[1] The Blue Wing Solar Project covers 113 acres (46 ha), has 214,500 solar photovoltaic modules, and is expected to produce more than 26 GWh of electricity per year.[2][3] The solar facility is located near the intersection of highways IH 37 and U.S. 181.[3]

Production[edit]

Generation (MW·h) of Blue Wing Solar Energy Generation [4]
Year Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Total
2010 5,359 2,849 8,208
2011 614 1,521 2,148 2,920 3,423 3,988 3,393 3,554 2,644 2,183 1,216 1,035 28,639
2012 1,175 1,142 1,636 2,450 2,496 2,682 2,514 2,527 2,135 1,858 1,672 2,907 25,193
2013 1,293 1,662 2,476 2,006 2,428 2,346 2,498 2,538 2,095 1,922 1,243 1,179 23,688
2014 638 308 818 927 2,376 2,342 2,701 2,840 3,068 3,314 2,328 1,481 23,141
2015 1,080 1,089 1,394 1,453 1,439 2,235 2,556 2,717 2,327 1,994 1,220 2,464 21,969
Total 130,838

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Blue Wing Solar Project: “Truly Utility-Scale”
  2. ^ Blue Wing Solar Project Completed in Texas (November 12, 2010), Renewable Energy Focus.
  3. ^ a b Texas' Largest Solar Project Breaks Ground In San Antonio Archived December 9, 2010, at the Wayback Machine. (April 15, 2010), CPS Energy.
  4. ^ "Blue Wing Solar Energy Generation, Monthly". Electricity Data Browser. Energy Information Administration. Retrieved March 8, 2017.

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Coordinates: 29°18′25″N 98°24′15″W / 29.30694°N 98.40417°W / 29.30694; -98.40417