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Asset owners and developers deserve transparency. Clear contract terms, integrity, and depth of knowledge are some of the reasons why Origis Services has been entrusted with over 4 GWdc of utility-scale and distributed generation solar and over 1 GWh of energy storage projects. Across a diverse portfolio of assets, Origis Service has proven we can reduce risk and drive down costs for your clean energy projects.

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Aktina Solar

Aktina Solar

Wharton County, Texas

Solar Capacity:
630 MWdc

Services:
Solar / O&M

The 630 MWdc / 500 MWac Aktina Solar project in Wharton County, Texas is the first solar asset for Tokyo Gas America in the U.S. Located near the Houston load center, Aktina is slated to be brought online in blocks starting in mid-2021 and will deliver power to the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT). The solar farm spans 4,000 acres, utilizing approximately 1.4 million solar modules.

Maplewood Solar

Maplewood Solar

Pecos County, Texas

Solar Capacity:
327 MWdc

Services:
Solar / O&M
Asset Management

The Maplewood project is located in Pecos County, Texas. Comprised of two sites, once fully completed in 2021, will have a capacity of 327 MWdc / 250 MWac. Together the two plants are expected to generate enough clean energy to power about 62,000 Texan homes.

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GA Solar 4 –
Twiggs County Solar

Twiggs County, Georgia

Solar Capacity:
262 MWdc

Services:
Solar / O&M
Asset Management

Twiggs Solar has an installed capacity of 262 MWdc / 200 MWac. The facility, located in Twiggs County, Georgia, was completed in August 2020, and is one of the largest solar panel projects, east of the Mississippi River The facility utilizes over half a million of the First Solar Series 6 thin film solar modules on a 2,000-acre project site, for a Georgia Power Renewable Energy Development Initiative (REDI) Program.

Searcy Solar

Searcy Solar

White County, Arkansas

Solar Capacity:
145 MWdc

Services:
Solar / O&M

Entergy’s Searcy solar project in White County, Arkansas, is in the MISO/SERC ISO region. The array encompasses 563 acres and utilizes over 350,000 modules.

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GA Solar 3 –
Tanglewood Solar

Camilla, Georgia

Solar Capacity:
77 MWdc

Services:
Solar / O&M
Asset Management

Tanglewood Solar has an installed capacity of 77 MWdc / 57.5 MWac. The facility, located in Mitchell County, Georgia, about 200 miles south of Atlanta, was completed in June 2020 as part of the Georgia Power Renewable Energy Development Initiative. The facility utilizes approximately 180,000 First Solar Series 6 modules and Nextracker’s smart solar tracker system.

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MS Solar 3 –
Sumrall II

Lamar County, Mississippi

Solar Capacity:
69 MWdc

Services:
Solar / O&M
Asset Management

MS Solar 3 has an installed capacity of 69 MWdc / 52 MWac. The facility, located in Lamar County near Hattiesburg, was completed in December 2017 through a power purchase agreement with Cooperative Energy. Covering 540 acres, the facility utilizes 206,892 modules.

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FL Solar 5 –
Reedy Creek Improvement District

Orlando, Florida

Solar Capacity:
61 MWdc

Services:
Solar / O&M
Asset Management

FL Solar 5 has an installed capacity of 61 MWdc / 57 MWac. The facility, located at the Walt Disney World Resort, was completed in December 2018 through a power purchase agreement with Reedy Creek Improvement District. Covering 270 acres, the facility utilizes 518,000 modules.

Jicarilla 2 Solar

Jicarilla 2 Solar

New Mexico

Solar Capacity:
62.1 MWdc

Services:
Solar / O&M

The 62.1 MWdc / 50 MWac Jicarilla 2 project is in the New Mexico counties, Rio Arriba and Sandoval, operating in the WECC Western Electricity Coordinating Council ISO region. The solar farm spans 418 acres and utilizes over 138,000 solar modules.

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FL Solar 4 –
Tallahassee Solar II

Tallahassee, Florida

Solar Capacity:
55 MWdc

Services:
Solar / O&M
Asset Management

Tallahassee Solar II, combined with Tallahassee Solar I, represents the world’s largest on-airport solar farm. It was completed at Tallahassee International Airport in January 2020. The project has an installed capacity of 55 MWdc / 42 MWac. The facility provides electricity for the Tallahassee Solar program, which offers residential and commercial customers of Tallahassee’s municipal utility a solar energy subscription. Covering 280 acres, the project utilizes 128,856 First Solar Series 6 modules, 25° fixed-tilt racking, and 18 utility-scale inverters.

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FL Solar 1 –
Tallahassee Solar I

Tallahassee, Florida

Solar Capacity:
28 MWdc

Services:
Solar / O&M
Asset Management

Tallahassee Solar I, a 28 MWdc facility in Tallahassee, FL, was completed at the Tallahassee International Airport in Q4 2017. This award winning solar project for the City of Tallahassee initiated their Tallahassee Solar clean energy subscription program. Covering 120 acres, the project utilizes 234,000 First Solar Series 4 modules, 25° fixed-tilt racking, and 8 utility-scale inverters.

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AZ Solar I –
Salome Solar

Salome, Arizona

Solar Capacity:
38.25 MWdc

Services:
Solar / O&M
Asset Management

Arizona Solar 1 has an installed capacity of 38.25 MWdc / 30 MWac. The facility, located in La Paz County, Arizona, about 80 miles west of Phoenix, was completed in December 2019 in alignment with a 20-year Power Purchase Agreement with the Central Arizona Water Conservation District (CAWCD). Covering 210 acres, the facility utilizes over 90,000 First Solar Series 6 modules, single-axis tracking technology, and eight utility-scale inverters.

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MA Solar Storage I –
Sterling Community Solar + Energy Storage

Sterling, Massachusetts

Solar Capacity:
1.4 MWdc

Storage Capacity:
2 MWh

Services:
Solar + Storage / O&M
Asset Management

Sterling Community Solar + Energy Storage represents the first community solar plus storage project in Massachusetts. The project couples a 1.4 MWdc / 1.1 MWac rooftop solar installation with a 1 MW / 2 MWh energy storage system to deliver an annual baseload of 1.7 MWh in dispatchable clean energy. Located in Worcester County, about 50 miles west of Boston, the project was completed in March 2018 as part of a power purchase agreement with Sterling Municipal Light Department. The facility utilizes 4,070 monocrystalline and/or monocrystalline bifacial modules. Onsite containers house the energy storage installation with lithium ion batteries.