For full article see Area Development, February 10, 2014
Origis Energy, an international investment and development firm focused on deployment of utility-scale and distributed generation commercial solar photovoltaic systems, completed and dedicated two solar power plants in Camilla and Woodbury, Georgia.
The two solar power sites, with a combined capacity of 23.5 megawatts, will deliver clean solar energy to Georgia Power, the largest subsidiary of Southern Company, one of the nation’s largest generators of electricity, under the utility’s Large-Scale Solar Initiative.
“We are pleased to see these solar facilities coming online as part of our Large-Scale Solar Initiative,” said Ervan Hancock, Renewable Implementation Manager for Georgia Power. “Georgia has one of the fastest growing and most competitive solar markets in the nation. Through agreements with developers like Origis Energy, which allow us to cultivate cost-effective solar energy for our customers, we anticipate more than 500 new solar projects across the state will be brought online in the coming years.”