|Installed capacity:||143.2 MWc|
|Number of solar panels:||1.1 million|
Built on 900 acres of land, the 143.2 MWp Catalina Solar Project represents EDF Renewable Energy’s largest utility scale project developed in the United States. Consisting of more than 1.1 million solar PV panels, it is estimated to offset 250,000 metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions annually.
Catalina Solar was completed in two phases, with the first 60 MWp completed in December 2012 and the second phase of 83 MWp completed in August 2013.
SDG&E purchases the clean power generated by the project under a 25-year Power Purchase Agreement.