Jan. 8 (Bloomberg) -- Recurrent Energy, Sharp Corp.’s renewable-power development unit, is delivering electricity from a 38-megawatt solar farm to the Sacramento Municipal Utility District under a 20-year agreement.
The project is Recurrent’s fourth for the California utility. The solar farms have a combined capacity of 88 megawatts, enough to power 13,000 homes, the San Francisco-based developer said today in a statement.
Google Inc. and KKR & Co. made equity investments in the four power plants in December 2011.
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