Southern California Edison is the first utility to partner under a power purchase agreement with Sustainable Energy Capital Partners (SECP), a California-based developer of renewable energy projects and Korea-based a-Si thin-film start-up KISCO. SECP and KISCO plan to work on five projects in Southern California with a total of 20MW installed. Parsons Corp. will handle the EPC aspects of the projects.
“By bringing much-needed jobs to California and supplying renewable energy to Southern California Edison, we will advance SECP’s mission of providing clean, affordable, and sustainable electricity,” noted Rick Lewis, managing director of SECP.
“By participating in this US solar project with local partners like SECP and Parsons, KISCO is confident of its long-term success in the renewable energy market,” said Byung-Je Lee, managing director of KISCO.