Webberville Solar Farm
|Webberville Solar Farm|
Aerial Photo of Webberville Solar Farm
|Site area||155 ha (383 acres)|
|Nameplate capacity||35 MW|
The 35 MW Webberville Solar Farm, located in Webberville, Texas, is a photovoltaic array in Texas. It is made up of 127,728 Trina Solar solar panels mounted on single-axis trackers, covers an area of 380 acres (150 ha), and was built at a cost of $250 million. It is expected to generate 61 GWh in the first year of operation, and 1.4 billion kWh over its 25 year life. Operation began on December 20, 2011, while ribbon cutting by Austin's mayor, Lee Leffingwell, was held on January 6, 2012. The project was constructed by RES Americas, who will operate the plant for five years. SunEdison in 2012 sold the plant to MetLife and Longsol Holdings, but will operate the plant for 20 years upon the expiration of the responsibilities of RES Americas.
Source:Webberville Solar Farm
- Webberville Solar
- New Austin solar farm will raise electricity bills Archived April 23, 2012, at the Wayback Machine.
- Webberville, Texas
- Austin Energy Activates 30 MW Solar Farm
- SunEdison sells 30MW Webberville solar plant to MetLife and Longsol Holdings
- The Open PV Project
- Largest Solar Farm in Texas Opens
- Technical details
- "Webberville Solar Project, Monthly". Electricity Data Browser. Energy Information Administration. Retrieved March 8, 2017.