D. E. Shaw Renewable Investments Acquires Cuyama Solar Project from First Solar
40MW project adds to DESRI’s portfolio of PV assets
The project, which was developed by
“We are delighted to work with
“We are pleased to build on this exciting relationship,” said
When in operation, the power plant – which is the first utility-scale
solar installation in
Cuyama is the third renewable energy project DESRI has acquired from
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