Southern California Edison, BrightSource Energy Sign World's Largest Solar Contract
The agreement requires approval from the California Public Utilities Commission. BrightSource will build and place in commercial operation each of its plants as quickly as permitting and infrastructure allow. According to the company, the full 1,300 megawatts of projects will produce 3.7 billion kilowatt-hours of clean energy and avoid more than two million tons of carbon dioxide emissions annually – the equivalent of removing more than 335,000 cars from the road.
Source: BrightSource Energy