Invenergy developing 127-MW solar project for Colorado utility

Invenergy is developing a 127 MW solar project in Montezuma County, Colorado. Local utility Guzman Energy signed a power purchase agreement for the total output of the project.

“Invenergy is proud to partner with Guzman Energy to provide clean, reliable power to the communities it serves,” said Greg Leuchtmann, senior VP of origination at Invenergy. “This agreement reflects the increasingly compelling value of renewable energy for a variety of customers to meet energy needs and build healthy, sustainable communities.”

The Boutique Solar project will generate enough electricity to power 25,000 homes and is expected to be operational by the end of 2025, supporting nearly 300 jobs during the construction period and creating up to 3 full-time operational jobs.

“Wholesale customers look to Guzman Energy to provide them with affordable, reliable and clean energy solutions,” said Chris Riley, CEO of Guzman Energy. “The partnership with Invenergy on the Boutique Solar project demonstrates our commitment to customers and the industry to be a leader in the energy transition.”

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