Monthly Archives: October 2018

Groundbreaking Event for Twiggs County Solar | GA Solar 4 in Georgia

Celebrate the groundbreaking event recognizing the start of construction of GA Solar 4, the new 200MWAC Twiggs County Solar project, a significant renewable energy project for the Southeastern US, and once completed, the largest solar energy project built in Georgia. Construction of the 2,000-acre project will consist of more than half a million of First [...]

October 31st, 2018|Events|

power & renewables summit 2018

Michael Foster, Director of Procurement for Origis Energy, will contribute to the panel discussion, “What Makes a Strong Storage Deal? Unlocking Revenue Streams and Alleviating Risk” at the Power & Renewables Summit 2018, hosted by Greentech Media, November 18th and 19th in Austin, TX. Interested in meeting Michael at the summit? Please use the form [...]

October 31st, 2018|Events|

Origis Energy Acquires 200MWAC GA Solar 4 Project from First Solar

Located in Twiggs County, Georgia, GA Solar 4 will be the largest solar facility in SE U.S. TEMPE, Ariz., and MIAMI, Fla., October 24, 2018 – First Solar, Inc. (Nasdaq: FSLR) and Origis Energy USA announced today that Origis Energy has acquired the GA Solar 4 Project from First Solar. The 200MWACphotovoltaic solar generation [...]

October 24th, 2018|GA 4 Twiggs County, Press Releases|

First Panel Installed at New Solar Facility Providing Power to Walt Disney World Resort

For full article see the Disney Parks Blog. One down, 499,999 to go! We are excited to announce that the first of half a million solar panels was recently installed at the previously-announced new 270-acre, 50-megawatt solar facility, which is being developed in collaboration with the Reedy Creek Improvement District and Origis Energy USA to [...]

October 19th, 2018|FL Solar 5 Reedy Creek, News|

The Magic Kingdom Is Going Green

For full article, see New York Times. Even the visionary Walt Disney probably could not have imagined this one. The Walt Disney Company is just months away from generating enough renewable solar energy to fully power two of its four parks at the Walt Disney World Resort in central Florida. Before the end of 2018, [...]

October 9th, 2018|FL Solar 5 Reedy Creek, News|