Corcoran Solar Project is a 28.3 MWDC solar photovoltaic, grid connected power generation facility located in Corcoran, California. Constructed for Consolidated Edison Development (CED). Immediately adjacent to Corcoran Solar Project, also completed for CED in 2013. All power was sold to Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E). The site spans over 114 acres and will produce enough power to serve roughly 16,000 homes annually. This project was completed in 9 months: April 2014 to April 2015.
Ryan’s responsibilities comprised full engineering, procurement and construction of the entire system including procurement of electrical equipment, preparation of the site involving management of all project grading and trenching. Ryan also installed the support structures, module racking system, modules, inverters, DC wiring, AC power cables, with the associated collection equipment and all electrical systems for the entire project involving module connections and inverter installation. The Ryan team designed and optimized the project processes, installation and the 34.5kV-11.5Kv substation.
- Completed in 9 months: August 2014 to April 2015
- ATI’s ground-mount single-axis tracking support structure on impact driven steel piers
- SMA 1.8MWAC inverters
- Canadian Solar 300W and Trina 305W modules
- PLA with IBEW
- Constructed for Consolidated Edison Development (CED)
- Immediately adjacent to Corcoran Solar Project, also completed for CED in 2013
- All power sold to Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E
- Located in Corcoran, California
- Quanta Subsidiaries involved:
- Intermountain Electric, Inc.
- Dashiell Corporation