EDF Renewables is in the process of developing the Ridge View Solar and Storage Project in Hartland, New York. The proposed 350 MW Solar / 20 MW storage project would be operational in 2027.

New York is leading the nation in renewable energy with a goal of using 70% renewables by 2030, and EDF Renewables is leading the solar energy charge starting with the Ridge View Solar and Storage Project (the Project).  A growing solution to energy demands, solar power is a safe, clean technology that New York residents and businesses want now.  The initiatives outlined in the State Energy Plan can be found here.

The proposed Project is a 350 MW solar photovoltaic facility located in the Town of Hartland, Niagara County, New York, with the potential for 20 MW of energy storage.  The Project will safely generate enough clean, renewable electricity to power ~90,000 New York households. It will interconnect to the New York power grid via a new substation in the Town of Hartland and will tap into an existing 345 kilovolt transmission line bisecting the Project. The Facility will be sited on approximately 2,000 acres of leased private and mostly cleared land.

EDF Renewables North America is a market leading independent power producer and service provider with 35 years of expertise in renewable energy. The Company delivers grid-scale power: wind (onshore and offshore), solar photovoltaic, and storage projects; distribution-scale power: solar and storage; asset optimization: technical, operational, and commercial expertise to maximize performance of generating projects, and onsite solutions, through the Company’s PowerFlex subsidiary, offering a full suite of onsite energy solutions for commercial and industrial customers: solar, storage, EV charging, energy management systems, and microgrids. EDF Renewables’ North American portfolio consists of 24 GW of developed projects and 13 GW under service contracts.

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