Renewable America has a growing pipeline of solar plus storage projects that are ready to serve local communities with reliable electricity. Plus, many are microgrid-ready and can provide backup support to an entire grid feeder line during an outage.
Last updated May 13, 2022
Renewable America has over 235 megawatts (MW) of solar and 450 megawatt-hours (MWh) of energy storage projects under development throughout California.
Our projects are strategically located to provide maximum benefit to the region, while also meeting the community’s demand needs.
Located in Marin County, this 4.5-acre solar project is ready to serve business and public sector clients for years to come with clean, reliable solar energy. Solar power generated from this project is fully subscribed by Marin Clean Energy.
Ranch Sereno Clean Power hosts a solar plus storage project on 7.5 acres in Contra Costa County. The project is ready to serve the local community and critical facilities with reliable renewable energy.
There is opportunity for this project to be paired with Discovery Bay South Clean Power for extended resilience throughout the feeder line to critical facilities, including Byron Union Elementary School and County Boys Ranch Rehabilitation Facility.
This solar plus storage project is ready to serve the local community in Contra Costa County with microgrid capability and renewable energy.
This 15-acre solar carport project can be coupled with Ranch Sereno Clean Power for extended resilience throughout the feeder line to critical facilities, including Byron Union Elementary School and County Boys Ranch Rehabilitation Facility.
Located in Butte County, this local 10-acre solar plus storage project is developing to serve disadvantaged communities with reliable renewable energy directly to the utility feeder line. It is also ready to provide resiliency benefits to local critical facilities, such as Oroville Municipal Airport, Northwest Lineman College, and Sierra Avenue Elementary School.
West Tambo Clean Power is a solar plus storage project with microgrid capability in the heart of the Central Valley. This 10-acre project is ready to serve disadvantaged communities in Merced County with renewable energy. It is also ready to provide resiliency benefits to local critical facilities, such as Campus Park Elementary School and Livingston High School.