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Wildwood Solar 1
Wildwood Solar 1
Project Description

This 124-acre, utility scale solar project generates 20 MW of energy.  It also included a 115 kV substation

Project Specs
  • Location Wasco, California



Lost Hills and Blackwell Solar
Lost Hills and Blackwell Solar
Project Description

Baker Electric supplied and installed 35kV AC and 15kV collection systems and components including cabling and switch gear.

Project Specs
  • Location Kern County, California



Antelope Valley Solar Ranch 1
Antelope Valley Solar Ranch 1
Project Description

Baker Electric was chosen to complete the final phase of the Antelope Valley Solar Ranch One, and installed 61.23 MW of the total system.

Located in the Antelope Valley area of North Los Angeles County, the 230 MW AV Solar Ranch One is a utility scale solar project that will produce enough electricity to meet the annual energy needs of about 75,000 average homes.

To date AV Solar Ranch One is one of the largest PV solar projects in the world.

This Antelope Valley Solar Ranch project is owned and operated by Exelon Corporation.

 

Environmental Benefits

  • Enough power for 75,000 average homes
  • Displaces 140,000 tons of CO2 annually – equivalent to taking 30,000 cars off the road
  • Lowest impact of any PV technology
  • Electricity generation uses no water

Community Benefits

  • Wages and benefits from up to 400 construction jobs over three-to-four-year period
  • Increased state and local tax revenues
  • Local benefits to businesses in the area, from engineering and design firms to construction subcontractors, supplier, and service providers
Project Specs
  • Location Antelope Valley, California



Palmdale East Solar
Palmdale East Solar
Project Description

The project is a 10 MW project utility scale solar project that includes two substations and nearly 40,000 PV panels.

Project Specs
  • Location Palmdale, California



T.A. Acacia West Antelope Solar
Project Description

Baker Electric Solar performed as the subcontractor to General Contractor, White Construction, Inc., to deliver the T.A. Acacia West Antelope Solar utility scale project located near Lancaster, CA. The PV electric generating facility totals 28.35 MW, with solar arrays spanning over 178 acres. The scope of work included installing 32,800 Canadian Solar CS6X-300P modules, 60,680 Canadian Solar CS6X-305P modules, and 137 tracker motors for TA-Acacia. At the projects peek, there were 227 employees working 12 hour days, 7 days a week. The project was completed in less than 12 weeks.

 

Project Specs
  • Location Lancaster, California