National Grid Renewables develops wind farms throughout the United States in locations where there is robust wind resource, suitable transmission access, and receptive communities. This combination is crucial for successful wind energy development projects that deliver low cost energy to customers across America. National Grid Renewables’ farmer-friendly philosophy means our wind energy projects are designed with a primary focus on the concerns of landowners, farmers, and community members, which sets our projects up for long-term success throughout the development, construction, and operation phases.
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On October 11, 2022, National Grid Renewables hosted project partners and landowners to celebrate the start of construction at its Copperhead Solar & Storage Project, a 150 megawatt (MW) solar and 100 megawatt hour (MWh) storage project in Falls County, Texas. During the groundbreaking event, National Grid Renewables also announced a 140 MW Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with The Hershey Company for Copperhead, marking the second PPA between The Hershey Company and National Grid Renewables after The Hershey Company’s Noble solar PPA was announced in 2021.
Take a quick look into the construction of our 275 MW solar, 125 MWh storage Noble Project in Denton County, Texas.
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