Cleanleaf Energy signs 350MW utility-scale PV O&M contracts

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Cleanleaf Energy, formerly Borrego O&M, manages 1.8GW of operating solar assets. Image: Borrego.

US utility-scale service provider Cleanleaf Energy has signed 350MW of operations and maintenance (O&M) services in the US.

The contracts comprise five solar PV projects located in the states of Georgia and Pennsylvania, which were developed by independent power producer (IPP) Heelstone Renewable Energy. The IPP was acquired by investment platform Qualitas Energy earlier this year.

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Cleanleaf Energy, formerly Borrego O&M, will use its Realtime Operations Center in Dallas to provide support.

This contract will boost the company’s utility-scale management portfolio, which combines with its operations in the distributed generation market where it is present in 27 US states, said Mikael Backman, CEO at Cleanleaf.

With this latest agreement, the company increases its O&M portfolio to 1.8GW.

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