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Company Overview of Washington Gas Energy Systems, Inc.
Washington Gas Energy Systems, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Washington Gas Resources Corp.
Key Executives for Washington Gas Energy Systems, Inc.
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Washington Gas Energy Systems, Inc. Key Developments
WGL Energy and BayWa Announce Opening of 1.12MW DC Photovoltaic Solar Farm
Apr 14 16
WGL Energy Systems and Bay Wa r.e. have announced the opening of a 1.12MW DC photovoltaic solar farm near the project site in the city of Delano, California. The fully installed solar array is designed to power Delano's Waste Water Treatment Plant. The solar array is expected to produce more than 2,370 megawatt hours (MWh) per year of electricity, enough to power more than 140 homes and avoid greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to taking approximately 340 cars off the road each year.
WGL Energy Systems Completes Solar Facility in Delano, California
Apr 6 16
WGL Energy Systems (WGL Energy), announced the opening of a 1.12-megawatt direct current (MW DC) photovoltaic solar farm at a ribbon cutting ceremony held near the project site in the city of Delano. The fully installed solar array is designed to power Delano’s Waste Water Treatment Plant. The solar array is expected to produce more than 2,370 megawatt hours (MWh) per year of electricity, enough to power more than 140 homes and avoid greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to taking approximately 340 cars off the road each year. WGL Energy, which currently has more than 170 MW DC of distributed solar power capacity under contract in markets across the U.S., owns and operates the facility under a 24-year power purchase agreement (PPA). WGL Energy operates 15 solar arrays throughout California, with a combined capacity of over 20 MW DC. The solar array consists of 3,640 solar panels installed across seven acres of property owned by the city of Delano. BayWa r.e. developed the project, providing engineering, procurement and construction services. The project began in December, 2015 and was completed in March, 2016.
WGL Energy Systems Wins Capital Solar Challenge Contract
Feb 4 16
WGL Energy Systems announced that it was recently awarded the Capital Solar Challenge contract by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) to provide power to 18 federal building locations throughout the District of Columbia, including the U.S. General Services Administration Building (headquarters) and the Ronald Reagan Building. In a competitive bid process conducted by the GSA with support from the U.S. Department of Energy, WGL Energy Systems, which currently has more than 160 megawatts direct current (DC) of distributed solar power capacity under contract in markets across the U.S., was selected for its proven ability to finance, own, and operate solar renewable power on commercial and federal sites.
WGL Energy Systems will own, design, install and operate multiple solar facilities under a power purchase agreement that runs for 10 years with an option to renew for an additional 10 years. The project will be developed, engineered and constructed in partnership with Inman Solar. The total generating capacity will exceed 2.8 MW DC, and is anticipated to produce over 3,750 MWH of power per year to the various locations. This avoids more than 2,400 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions annually, the equivalent to the amount emitted by more than 500 cars or the electric power used by 200 homes in one year.
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