Development begins on NMSU, El Paso Electrical photo voltaic venture

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El Paso Electric will own, operate, maintain and oversee the development of the three-megawatt solar photovoltaic project on a 29-acre parcel of land on NMSU’s Arrowhead Park between Interstate 10 and Interstate 25.

LAS CRUCES – Development is now underway on a renewable vitality venture at New Mexico State College’s Arrowhead Park that’s projected to generate sufficient photo voltaic electrical energy to energy about one-third of the college’s 900-acre Las Cruces campus by this fall.

The venture — known as Aggie Energy — is the results of a brand new partnership between NMSU and El Paso Electrical aiming to additional mutual targets associated to state renewable vitality, local weather motion and micro-grid improvement.

“NMSU is worked up to develop strategic partnerships throughout our whole system to assist a balanced and sustainable vitality economic system,” NMSU Chancellor Dan Arvizu stated. “This partnership with EPE strikes us ahead in a management function and is an ideal instance of our capacity to stability investments in infrastructure whereas offering a state-of-the-art residing laboratory to enhance our academic packages.”

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