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At 315 MWp, the Phoebe facility is one of the largest solar projects built in Texas.

The Phoebe facility, located in Winkler County, Texas, on over 1,900 acres of land, is one of the largest solar project built in the state of Texas and one of the 10 largest solar photovoltaic (PV) projects in the United States. Solar energy from the Phoebe project will be sold to Shell Energy North America through a 12-year power purchase agreement. The project will provide over $390M investment into West Texas .

7X Energy originally developed and owned the project, but in late 2016, 7X sold the project to Longroad Energy and stayed on as a joint developer* on the project successfully bringing it to the start of construction. Innergex acquired the project from Longroad at financial close on July 2, 2018.

Innergex’s Phoebe Project

Project Details

  • Project


  • Location

Winkler County, TX on 1,900 acres

  • Projected Capacity

315 MWp

  • Number of Modules

Approximately 732,500

  • Developer

Jointly developed by 7X Energy and Longroad Energy*

  • Energy Buyer

Shell Energy North America

  • Contract Term

12 years

  • Operational Timeline

Operational Nov. 2019

project benefits

  • Environmental

Phoebe will produce approximately 738,000 MWh of renewable energy in its first year of operation. This equates1 to:

  • Carbon sequestered by almost 426,065 acres of forest in one year
  • Reduction in greenhouse gas emissions of almost 70,484 cars off the road for one year
  • Reduction in CO2 emissions of over 55,236 homes’ electricity use for one year
  • Economic
  • Over the life of the facility, Phoebe will inject millions of dollars in property tax revenue into Winkler County

1 https://www.epa.gov/energy/greenhouse-gas-equivalencies-calculator (2016 eGrid ERCOT CO2 lbs/MWh emissions factor)

*The joint development arrangement with Longroad has successfully been completed and thus ended on December 31, 2018.

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