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Projects

Prospero Energy Project

The 379 MWp Prospero facility, located in Andrews County, Texas will be one of the largest solar project built in the state of 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. For more project details go here.

(Note: The joint development arrangement with Longroad has been successfully completed and thus ended on December 31, 2018)

 

Taygete Energy Project

The 690 MWp Taygete facility, located in Pecos County, Texas will be the largest solar project built in the state of Texas.

7X Energy originated and is the sole developer and owner of the project. The project will provide over $650M investment into West Texas. For more project details go here.

 

Phoebe Energy Project

The 250 megawatts (MWac) Phoebe facility, located in Winkler County, Texas is the largest solar project built in the state of Texas and one of the 10 largest solar photovoltaic (PV) projects in the United States.

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. The project will provide over $390M investment into West Texas. For more project details go here.

(Note: The joint development arrangement with Longroad has been successfully completed and thus ended on December 31, 2018)

Lapetus Energy Project

Project Site

The 100 MWac solar project, owned and developed by 7X Energy, will be constructed in Andrews County, Texas, and is scheduled to commence operations in 2019. Solar energy from the Lapetus facility will be sold in SolarBlocks™ under a multi-year power purchase agreement (PPA). Brazos Electric has purchased the energy on behalf of CoServ Electric for the benefit of CoServ’s roughly 220,000 electric meters in North Texas, as well as seven of its other distribution cooperative members. For more project details go here and for the case study go here.

 

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