The company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Canadian Solar, is seeking federal permits for the Crimson solar project. Once built the project, as planned, would span 2,500 acres.
A company spokesman told ESJB: “It’s still an earlier stage development project and does not have an offtaker at this point.
“That said, we are seeing interest in high quality solar plus storage projects from a number of utility customers, CCAs [community choice aggregation — city and county-led energy programs] and other large energy buyers.
”If the Crimson project is approved for its permits, the final configuration and technology of the storage system will depend upon the eventual customer’s needs.”