Swinerton Renewable Energy


Work Begins on Utah’s First Utility-Scale Photovoltaic Project

Contributor: Swinerton Blogger   |   February 09, 2015
Work Begins on Utah’s First Utility-Scale Photovoltaic Project

Celebrating alongside developer/owner Scatec Solar, fellow project partners, the landowner, and local politicians, Swinerton Renewable Energy (SRE) recently kicked off construction of the 104 MW DC photovoltaic solar facility with a groundbreaking ceremony at Utah Red Hills Renewable Energy Park. Located outside the town of Parowan in Iron County, Utah, SRE will source 80% of the project workforce from the local community, creating both construction and long-term employment opportunities in the region.

SRE is providing turnkey engineering, procurement, and construction services on the project. Once complete in December 2015—SRE will provide real-time data monitoring, plant control, and asset performance optimization through the proprietary SOLV™ SCADA platform and ongoing O&M services. When operational, the plant will be Utah’s largest solar energy generation facility—producing enough energy to power approximately 18,500 homes every year.

Check out the official press release for more project details!