|Gilbert Water Resources Manager Lauren Hixson and SRP Strategic Account Manager Brian Bednar in front of the new Central Line Solar Plant in Eloy.|
To put it in perspective, 2.5 megawatts represent approximately 17% of the town’s municipal energy usage. This energy is used to power things like streetlights, municipal facilities and water/wastewater treatment and delivery.
Gilbert is among 21 municipalities and organizations that will begin receiving solar power from the new 100-megawatt facility.
Read more about the Central Line Solar Plant on SRP’s website.