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The first utility-scale solar farm to be built in Canada without government power contracts or subsidies, Solar Krafte's Prairie Sunlight III solar farm is a 22 megawatt (MW) solar facility, located on 193 acres of Bow River Irrigation District land in the M.D. of Taber, Alberta, near the Town of Vauxhall.

 

Energized and operational, the project offsets approximately 26,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions annually, and generates enough electricity to power more than 5,400 Alberta homes.

Leading German global utility RWE is the owner and operator of the energized and operational project.

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Prairie Sunlight III

Prairie Sunlight II

Constructed in tandem with Solar Krafte's Prairie Sunlight III solar farm, Solar Krafte's Prairie Sunlight II solar farm is a 24.5 MW solar facility, located on 160 acres of private land in the M.D. of Taber, Alberta, near the Town of Vauxhall.

 

Energized and operational, the project offsets approximately 29,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions annually, and generates enough electricity to power more than 6,000 Alberta homes.

Leading German global utility RWE is the owner and operator of the energized and operational project.

Originated and developed as the Prairie Sunlight I solar farm, Solar Krafte's Clydesdale is a 74.9 MW solar facility, located on 552 acres of private land in the M.D. of Taber, Alberta, near the Hamlet of Enchant.

 

Energized and operational, the project offsets approximately 89,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions annually, and generates enough electricity to power more than 18,000 Alberta homes.

Leading Albertan Canadian utility Capital Power is the owner and operator of the energized and operational project.

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Clydesdale

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Wrentham

Solar Krafte's Wrentham solar farm is a 41.4 MW solar facility, located on 334 acres of private land in the County of Warner, Alberta, east of the Hamlet of Wrentham.

 

Energized and operational, the project offsets approximately 17,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions annually, and generates enough electricity to power more than 10,300 Alberta homes.

Leading German global utility RWE is the owner and operator of the energized and operational project.

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Solar Krafte's Strathmore solar farm is a 40.5 MW solar facility, located on 320 acres of industrial use Town land in the Town of Strathmore, Alberta.

 

Energized and operational, the project offsets approximately 48,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions annually, and generates enough electricity to power more than 10,000 Alberta homes.

Leading Albertan Canadian utility Capital Power is the owner and operator of the energized and operational project.

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Strathmore

Brooks

Solar Krafte's Brooks solar farm is a 360 MW solar facility, located on 2,400 acres of Eastern Irrigation District land in the County of Newell, Alberta, west of the City of Brooks.

 

Fully licensed, construction of the project is scheduled to start in the spring of 2023.

 

Once energized and operational, the project is expected to offset approximately 420,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions annually, and generate enough electricity to power more than 85,000 Alberta homes.

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Solar Krafte's Spring Coulee solar farm is a 29.5 MW solar facility, located on 183 acres of private land in Cardston County, Alberta, south west of the Hamlet of Spring Coulee.

 

Fully licensed, construction of the project is scheduled to start in the spring of 2023. Once energized and operational, the project is expected to offset approximately 35,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions annually, and generate enough electricity to power more than 7,000 Alberta homes.

Evolugen, a wholly-owned affiliate of Brookfield Renewable, a leading Canadian utility, is the owner of the project and will be the operator of the project once energized and operational.

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Spring Coulee

Vauxhall

Solar Krafte's Vauxhall solar farm is a 60 MW solar facility, located on 500 acres of both private land and Bow River Irrigation District land in the M.D. of Taber, Alberta, near the Town of Vauxhall.

 

Fully licensed, construction of the project is scheduled to start in the spring of 2023.

 

Once energized and operational, the project is expected to offset approximately 70,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions annually, and generate enough electricity to power more than 14,000 Alberta homes.

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Solar Krafte's Rainier solar farm is a 450 MW solar facility, located on 3,100 acres of Eastern Irrigation District land in the County of Newell, Alberta, west of the City of Brooks.

Solar Krafte is currently licensing the project, with construction of the project anticipated to start in the autumn of 2023.

 

Once energized and operational, the project is expected to offset approximately 525,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions annually, and generates enough electricity to power more than 100,000 Alberta homes.

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Rainier

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