We are continuing to help our customers reach their goals in the complex renewable energy market. Earlier this year, the City of Tallahassee finished its
groundbreaking solar power project Tallahassee Solar II. We contributed to the city’s success on this initiative by providing high voltage EPC services
for the project’s 34.5kV substation. Our Agile by Beta team contributed an efficient, cost-effective solution for the project’s high voltage needs,
which enabled the City of Tallahassee to achieve its renewable energy goals. The project has the capacity to provide solar power to more than 9,500
homes and is the second part of a larger sustainable energy initiative that is supplying the city with a total of 62 megawatts of solar power generation.
The solar farm is located at the Tallahassee airport and is more than twice the size of the solar farm that was built during the first phase. With the addition of phase II, this facility now ranks as the largest airport solar facility in the world. This project is helping the City of Tallahassee provide its residents with affordable green energy, as well as meet its sustainable energy milestones—like powering all its municipal buildings with renewable energy.
The 34.5kV substation was designed, procured and built by Agile by Beta, a Beta product line that uses factory-built substations and integrated design to expedite the construction of high voltage projects. The Agile approach can provide customers with many benefits, including schedule certainty, increased safety and savings in time and money.
Our team is thrilled to have played a part in this groundbreaking work and to have helped another customer reach its power goals. Check out the full story at https://americaninfrastructuremag.com/?p=19373.