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Blue Wing Solar Project

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Blue Wing Solar Project

The 16.6 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]

See also


  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 (April 15, 2010), CPS Energy.

External links

  • CPS website
  • Duke website

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