BXP Selects Retail Supplier Affiliate For Texas Solar, Broker Named
September 19, 2023 Email This Story Copyright 2010-23 EnergyChoiceMatters.com
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Enel North America has signed a power purchase agreement with BXP a publicly traded developer, owner, and manager of workplaces in the United States, for a 21-megawatt (MW) portion of the Estonian solar project under construction in Delta County, Texas.
The agreement builds on a longstanding relationship between Enel and BXP for energy solutions including demand response and utility bill management. Enel manages 10,000 annual utility bills for BXP across 939 active accounts
Construction is underway on the Estonian solar + storage project, which is expected to come online in late 2024. The 202 MW solar facility will be paired with a 104 MW battery energy storage system. The solar project is expected to generate around 499 GWh of electricity each year
Enel has 3.3 GW of installed wind and solar capacity and 607 MW / 911 MWh of installed battery storage capacity on the ERCOT grid. In total, Enel has 1.8 GW of solar and 736 MW / 1,103 MWh of utility-scale storage capacity under construction in Texas. Enel also manages around 200 MW of demand response capacity, offers retail electricity supply, and has more than 12,400 electric vehicle charging stations installed in Texas
BXP retained Edison Energy as its renewable energy advisor for this deal.