Sonoma Clean Power and Luminia Sign Agreement for Energy Storage Project

San Diego-based AI-powered real estate company Luminia and Santa Rosa-based energy provider Sonoma Clean Power (SCP) announced the signing of a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) which will support the development of an 11.6 MW AC solar plus 32 MWh battery storage project in California’s Sonoma.

June 07, 2022. By News Bureau

San Diego-based AI-powered real estate company Luminia and Santa Rosa-based energy provider Sonoma Clean Power (SCP) announced the signing of a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) which will support the development of an 11.6 MW AC solar plus 32 MWh battery storage project in California’s Sonoma.

“Deploying reliable solar and storage projects with community choice aggregators like Sonoma Clean Power reinforces renewable energy as the new standard in our daily energy lives,” said Dale A. Vander Woude, Chief Investment Officer, Luminia. “We formed an excellent team with Kenwood Investments to provide Sonoma Clean Power with a solution for its resource adequacy demand, which is what brought this important project to fruition in Sonoma County.”

Upon completion of the project, managed by Luminia and Kenwood Investments, SCP will send the 100 percent renewable, locally generated energy to its EverGreen premium service customers throughout Sonoma and Mendocino counties.

“Our mission is to make cleaner electricity accessible to our customers by putting the power to procure energy in the hands of local communities,” said Deb Emerson, Managing Director of Procurement, Sonoma Clean Power. “With this solar and storage project we can provide renewable energy on-demand, regardless of the time of day, and promote 100 percent carbon-free energy generated right here in Sonoma County.”

Darius Anderson, Managing Member, Kenwood Investments, said, “It is an honor to work with Sonoma Clean Power, County stakeholders and Luminia on this important solar project for the Sonoma community.”

Construction of the 75-acre project is expected in the second half of 2023 in southern Sonoma County, tying into a nearby electrical substation.

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