Eagle Shadow Mountain Solar Farm
|Eagle Shadow Mountain Solar Farm|
|Location||Clark County, Nevada|
|Site area||2,200 acres (8.90 km2)|
|Nameplate capacity||420 MWp, 300 MWAC|
|Annual net output||900 GW·h (projected)|
Eagle Shadow Mountain Solar Farm is a planned 420 MWp (300 MWAC) photovoltaic power station north of Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada on the Moapa River Indian Reservation. The facility is being developed by 8minutenergy Renewables and when completed will be the largest photovoltaic system on tribal lands in North America. It is also the largest component within NV Energy's current tranche of renewable energy projects that will create over 1 Gigawatt of new electricity supply.  
The electricity generated will have a flat rate of $23.76 per megawatt-hour throughout its 25-year power purchase agreement (PPA) term, which could establish a new record-low rate for a solar PPA contract.
- Moapa Southern Paiute Solar Project
- Solar power in Nevada
- Renewable energy in the United States
- List of photovoltaic power stations
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Instead, we can turn to 8minutenergy’s 300-megawatt Eagle Shadow Mountain Solar Farm, which clocks in at a flat rate of $23.76 per megawatt-hour throughout its 25-year PPA term.
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