Back to List

Solar Farms Coming to Lexington County

April 4, 2016 - Posted in Business by Marina Ziehe
Shot of solar panels and sunrise

Cypress Creek Renewables, a company based in Santa Monica, California, will build three 10-megawatt solar farms in Lexington County.

As reported in the press release, the company will make a $20.4 million investment in solar energy operations in Lexington County. The farms will provide energy to 2,000 South Carolina homes - totaling 6,000 customers with the three projects.​

“Lexington County is delighted that Cypress Creek Renewables has decided to locate in the Swansea/Gaston area of the County. We strongly encourage and support initiatives that foster a wholesome and healthy environment,” said Lexington County Council Chairman Johnny Jeffcoat.

The company is working in partnership with Southern Current, which is the newly merged entity, comprised of long-time development partners Sustainable Energy Solutions and Solbridge Energy.

For more information visit the Cypress Creek Renewable website.

Categories: 

Tags: 

Facebook comments

Related Posts

FunOhCakes is a Funnel Cake food truck based in Fort Mill, South Carolina. The owner Patrick Young explains, "What we do is we create funnel cake memories." He says, "We...

Joey Von Nessen Credit Mike Switzer/SC Public Radio This is the time of year when our next guest is busy preparing for his institution’s annual economic outlook conference...