With more than 5GW installed worldwide, First Solar is a premier provider of integrated solar power solutions. Listed below are a sample of completed projects.
Upon completion, Sarnia was recognized as the world’s largest PV solar farm and has received numerous industry awards, including RenewableEnergyWorld.com’s 2011 Renewable Top Plant.
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Upon completion in 2010, Copper Mountain Solar 1 was celebrated as a shining example of the future of utility-scale PV solar plant capabilities, using almost 1 million First Solar thin film PV modules to power more than 20,000 Californian homes annually.
The completion of Lieberose Solar Park marked a clean energy industry milestone, demonstrating a successful partnership between clean energy resources and meticulous environmental conservation.
The Cimarron Solar Facility received industry recognition for being the largest solar facility of its kind built for an electric power cooperative.
The Blythe Solar Project was one of the first utility-scale PV projects completed in the U.S. and continues to be one of the largest still in California.
New Mexico’s Santa Teresa continues to receive acclaim for being the largest thin film tracker project in the world.
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The Blue Wing Solar Project benefits from First Solar’s advanced thin film photovoltaic (PV) modules, known for superior performance in high-temperature climates like Texas.
The Masdar City Power Plant receives half of the solar power from First Solar’s thin film modules, while the other half of the power comes from traditional silicon-based solar panels.
The solar array located on the rooftop of First Solar’s Frankfurt (Oder), Germany manufacturing facility is just one example of the company’s commitment to green energy. The facility is a key contributor in helping Germany shift toward renewable resources.
First Solar’s manufacturing facility in Perrysburg Ohio includes three rooftop arrays spread atop two buildings and generates enough electricity to power approximately 240 average local homes, displacing 1,830 metric tons of carbon dioxide (CO2), the equivalent of taking 350 cars off the highways.
Berlin Waterworks Solar Park is one of the largest photovoltaic (PV) solar facility in Berlin, and generates the electricity needed to run the plant without air emissions, waste production, or water.
The First Solar modules installed at the Flemington Racecource produce 39,420kWh of clean energy annually, enough electricity to power the infield screen for a year.
Part of Energizing Taliesin West™ initiatives, 250kW (AC) of First Solar panels will help the historic landmark achieve its goal of becoming a self-sustaining “net zero” energy customer.