“We are pleased to continue our work with Wells Fargo and El Paso Electric Company,” said Chris Bailey, vice president of Project Finance, North America for SunEdison. “Being able to complete multiple projects together with both of these partners demonstrates our strong business relationships and ability to deliver projects on time.”The project is part of EPE’s ongoing strategy to expand the amount of renewable energy included as part of its energy portfolio used to meet its customers’ demand. Since 2011, EPE has contracted for more than 47 MW of solar generating capacity, including project construction and power purchase agreements.
Wells Fargo Announces Financing for 11.3 MW New Mexico Solar Project
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