The first block (10 MWs) at Cimarron Solar Project goes commercial

The first of two major renewable energy projects that will produce solar and wind energy for purchase by Tri-State to deliver to its 44 member cooperatives reached a significant milestone this month, when Cimarron Solar Project’s first module of 10 megawatts officially began commercial operation.
The 250-acre plant site, which is located within the service territory of Tri-State member system Springer Electric Cooperative, is scheduled to be brought into commercial service in 10 megawatt blocks.  “Right now we’re anticipating that the second 10 megawatts at Cimarron will begin commercial operation by the end of October and the final block of 10 megawatts will go into service by mid-November,” said Scott Fernau, Tri-State’s senior transmission project manager.

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