Lightsource BP has secured a power purchase agreement with a municipal electric cooperative for the output of a 100 MW solar project in Alabama.

The project will supply the Alabama Municipal Electric Authority and its 11 member utilities for 20 years under the terms of the contract.

The solar developer and project investors will provide around $125 million for the facility, which is located in Montgomery County and known only as the AMEA/Lightsource BP Solar Project.

It is expected to be complete in 2021, at which point it will be one of the largest solar arrays in the state.

(A version of this article first appeared in IJGlobal).

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