Four companies place bids for 150-200MW plant in Phoenix, Arizona



Four companies, BrightSource Energy, Inc., Johnson Controls, Inc., Tessera Solar, and a team of US Energy Partners plus Munich Energy Partners America have proposals to build the first utility-scale solar project in Phoenix, Arizona. The city has called for proposals to build a 150-200MW solar power station situated on a closed landfill.

The project can be developed on about 1,200 acres as part of Mayor Phil Gordon’s effort to make Phoenix green. Each bidder specialises in a different solar technology; the result should be decided upon by late this fall.

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