Unleashing the Power: Cleanleaf Energy’s Portfolio Soars to 1.8GW

Greetings solar enthusiasts! Today, we’re diving into some exciting developments in the industry that shine a light on the tremendous growth of solar companies and their ability to make a significant difference in renewable energy production. We’ll be exploring a notable collaboration between solar companies, focusing on the expansion of utility-scale solar projects. We hope this will also give you an idea of the larger picture when thinking about solar panels for your home.

In a recent stride towards strengthening the solar industry, a company known as Cleanleaf Energy, previously Borrego O&M, has penned down agreements to drive operations and maintenance (O&M) services. The impressive portfolio of these services extends to new utility-scale projects, adding a substantial 350 MW to their capacity. With locations dispersed in Georgia and Pennsylvania, these projects are collectively owned by Heelstone Renewable Energy.

For those unfamiliar, Heelstone Renewable Energy rose to prominence in the solar field back in 2012, with its initial projects based in North Carolina. By 2019, with backing from Ares Infrastructure and Power, Heelstone started to develop utility-scale solar projects throughout the U.S which escalated their market presence.

The solar array for the home may include solar panels, solar inverters, a photovoltaic system, solar cells, and solar trackers. All of these components are paramount for utility-scale projects maintained by such solar companies, which further highlights their continuing contribution to the growth in solar panel usage for individual homes.

What really stands out in these agreements is the dedication to long-term commitment and sustainability. Cleanleaf has committed to providing O&M services for these projects over the next five years, with automatic renewals in place thereafter. The launch of these projects is also just around the corner, scheduled to occur within the next 30 to 90 days.

This portfolio extension is impressive and helps Cleanleaf showcase its capabilities to handle more utility-scale projects. Comprising now of an astounding 1.8 GW, Cleanleaf’s portfolio has scaled up, paving the way for efficient, high-performing O&M services to the solar industry.

So, for those considering solar panels for your home, this exciting news just goes to show the potential growth and confidence in the solar industry. As we continue to see increases in the development of larger solar arrays for homes and utility-scale projects, it’s a clear sign that solar is more than just a trend – it’s a sustainable solution for our energy future.

Stay tuned for more updates on exciting developments in the solar world, as I continue to share insider knowledge and analysis drawn from around the industry.

Original Articlehttps://pv-magazine-usa.com/2024/05/21/cleanleaf-energy-om-portfolio-grows-to-1-8-gw/

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