As part of one of the company’s solar initiatives, Georgia Power will purchase the output from both solar plants over the next 20 years.
“Origis Energy is delighted to bring these solar power facilities to Georgia, Mitchell County and Meriwether County,” said Johan Vanhee, COO & Partner, Origis Energy. “These solar power plants are the latest in our plans to expand in the U.S. and we expect to make similar announcements in the near future.”
Radiance Solar (www.radiancesolar.com) as main subcontractor of Origis Technics USA will lead the design and engineering team and will be the DC contractor for the 16 MWAC Camilla solar plant.
Jamie Porges, COO of Radiance Solar says “We are thrilled to be a part of a milestone project that demonstrates the viability of solar power in Georgia.”
Origis Energy is a specialized provider of services to investors in large-scale photovoltaic (PV) projects throughout the Americas and Europe. The core business of the company is the development or acquisition, financing and operation of large-scale solar PV plants across the European Union and in the Americas. Core activities include development and acquisition of PV projects, arranging the financing, including both equity and/or senior debt for the total investment, full management of operational PV plants, and advice and consulting. For more information, visit the company online at www.origisenergy.com.
Samir Verstyn for Origis Energy, (646) 467-3966, samir.verstyn@
Mitch Leff for Radiance Solar, (404) 861-4769, firstname.lastname@example.org