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This project was Certified on January 13, 2012


Clean and Efficient Energy


Tucson, Arizona, USA

Benefited Population

2,363 people

Projected Cost



AstroSol Inc.



The project consists of clean energy generated by solar photovoltaic (PV) panels. The project will be located in an unincorporated area of Pima County, Arizona on a 355 acre property available for solar installation as part of the University of Arizona Science and Technology Park (UASTP). The Project is expected to include approximately 48,384 thin film amorphous silicon panels on a fixed-tilted rack. The PV modules, which convert sunlight into low voltage electricity, have a rated capacity of 5.1 MW alternating current (or AC) with a potential annual electricity output of approximately 12,126 megawatt-hours (MWh) in the first year of operation. The project will provide a clean energy alternative to the area by constructing a solar energy site, displacing emissions associated with conventional electricity generation.

    Certification Document