Strata Solar To Build Alabama Power's First Utility-Scale Solar

Installation is set to begin in the first quarter of 2016.

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., Nov. 10, 2015 -- Strata Solar will soon begin installation of the first utility-scale solar projects for Alabama Power at the Anniston Army Depot and Fort Rucker Army Base.


The Alabama Public Service Commission gave its approval for Alabama Power to build a 10.6 MW AC solar facility at Anniston Army Depot and a 10.6 MW AC solar facility at Fort Rucker. Alabama Power awarded Strata Solar the engineering, procurement and construction contract for these projects. Installation is set to begin in the first quarter of 2016.

"We are thrilled to be providing these high-quality solar projects to Alabama Power that together will put both the Anniston Army Depot and Fort Rucker Army Base closer to their energy independence goals," said Markus Wilhelm, Strata Solar chief executive officer.

Strata Solar has engineered, procured and constructed utility-scale projects in numerous southeastern states, but this occasion marks the first solar projects of this size for Alabama Power to add to its electricity portfolio.

About Strata Solar
Strata Solar is a national leader in utility scale solar energy systems and installations. Strata's unique, low impact, standardized approach to solar farm creation is supported through its vertical divisions which offer complete turnkey services for the design, construction and installation of utility and commercial photovoltaic systems. Strata also offers a full array of development, engineering, procurement, construction, operation and maintenance services to companies interested in clean renewable energy. For more information, please visit www.StrataSolar.com.

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