The loan guarantee-backed Agua Caliente solar project in Arizona reaches 250 MW in generating capacity, making it the biggest PV power plant in the world.
Developers of the Agua Caliente Solar Project in Arizona, which is backed by a $976 million loan guarantee, say the plant is now generating 200 MW of power.
Billionaire Warren Buffett’s MidAmerican buy a 49 percent stake in NRG’s Agua Caliente project, a 290-MW solar plant that First Solar is building in Arizona.
With a $967 million loan guarantee finalized, NRG closes its deal on Agua Caliente, which it says is now the biggest PV plant under construction in the world.
The U.S. Department of Energy has issued a massive $967 million loan guarantee for the 290 megawatt capacity Agua Caliente Solar Project slated for Arizona.