Amshore Renewable Energy announces Texas solar & battery project

March 28, 2024

Amshore Renewable Energy has announced a Texas solar and battery project “available to businesses and investors looking to acquire for their renewable energy portfolios”.

The Route 66 Solar + Battery Project will be on a site of approximately 1,500 acres, “providing ample space for development while minimising environmental impact,” a statement said. It added: “The community surrounding the project site is highly motivated and ready to collaborate on renewable energy initiatives”.

The project offers the potential for dual interconnection in ERCOT and/or SPP markets. ATC study results show a total capacity ranging from 150 to 200 megawatts on each line. The solar resource potential of the region averages 5.25-5.50 kWh/m2/day. “Studies and area knowledge show the site to have no species of concern or floodplain issues,” the statement said.

Amshore Renewable Energy vice president of development Tylan Shelton, said: “Amshore Renewable Energy’s Route 66 project in Texas is a testament to our unwavering commitment to find, evaluate and create projects that meet the growing demand for clean energy and contribute to reducing CO2 emissions. We’ve identified the site, analysed the studies and secured the land, and Route 66 is primed to become the next great solar and battery project.”

The Route 66 Solar + Battery Project is available to utility companies and independent power producers looking to expand their renewable energy footprint throughout North America.

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