Origis in the Solar News

Solar Panels to Provide Half of Campus Energy

Original article source: TheHoya.com Georgetown University has partnered with Origis Energy USA to build a solar power system off campus that could provide nearly 50 percent of the campus’s electricity by the 2019-20 academic year. The agreement, announced Monday, aligns with the university’s goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Origis [...]

New Off-site Solar Project to Provide Nearly Half of Georgetown’s Electricity Needs

For full article see: Georgetown.edu September 18, 2017 – Georgetown and Origis Energy USA today announced a power purchase agreement to develop a 32.5-megawatt offsite solar power system that will provide almost 50 percent of campus electricity needs and help the university fulfill its sustainability mission. The project reinforces Georgetown’s [...]

Tallahassee to Move from Hydro to Solar

For full article see: pv magazine USA. The decision to shutter the 11-MW C.H. Corn Hydroelectric Station by the city’s municipal utility comes down to cost and reliability – something the city believes it can get more effectively from solar than water. After years of fighting solar power, the Sunshine [...]

Origis Energy Develops Solar Project to Help Maryland Co-op Meet RPS Obligations

For full article see: Solar Power World. Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative (SMECO) and Origis Energy USA today have entered into a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) to develop the new Ripley Solar 27.5 MWAC facility to be constructed on Ripley Road in La Plata, Maryland. The solar facility, developed by Origis [...]

Origis Breaks Ground On 20 MW Tallahassee Solar Project

For video and full article see: SolarIndustryMag.com On Tuesday, community members gathered in an open field on Tallahassee International Airport (TLH) property to join leaders with the City of Tallahassee, Fla., and Origis Energy to break ground on a new 20 MW solar farm. Once complete, the 120-acre solar farm [...]