Green States Energy, Inc. Completes Second New Mexico Solar PV Project
NEW JERSEY, July, 3rd, 2013 – Green States Energy, Inc. (BH: GSE), a leading clean energy independent power producer, announced it has completed and placed into service the second phase of its solar PV project portfolio in New Mexico. The project, which is located in Roswell, New Mexico, have a capacity of 2.5MW, and combined with phase one, which was completed in 2011, creates a total capacity of 5.4MW.
The construction of the phase two project was completed by S&C Electric Company and Green Earth Developers. The electricity produced by the project will be sold to the City of Roswell.
Green States Energy CEO Stephen Clevett said, “This a major step forward for our company and its shareholders. Roswell is a spectacular setting for solar power plants given the near constant, consistent sunshine. We look forward to being part of this fine community for years to come.”
About Green States Energy
Headquartered in Short Hills, New Jersey, Green States Energy, Inc. is an Independent Power Producer (IPP) that acquires, develops, and operates clean electric generating plants in the Americas and Europe. The Company currently owns 35 operating solar PV power plants in the U.S. with a total capacity of more than 8MW, with another 25 plants in construction. The Company’s project pipeline comprises over 100MW that includes solar PV, biomass, and cogeneration/CHP projects. GSE plans to complete the acquisition and development of additional projects in 2013 with the ultimate goal of adding over 155MW of clean energy projects by 2017.
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