Signal Energy, an engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) services provider, announced this Wednesday it had completed the development of the Juno Solar project in Borden County, Texas.
The company delivered the project on schedule and is now operating normally. It delivers renewable energy to power the equivalent of 40,000 American homes. The challenge of developing the project came after the pandemic, as it created disruption in the supply chain and personnel.
About such matter, Ryan Johnson, President of Signal Energy, said. “Building solar projects of this size during a pandemic and the subsequent strains that it created on resources and logistics require a special determination and expertise to deliver a high-quality project safely and on time.”
He also remarked. “The Signal team, along with our innovative customer, SB Energy, and our great trade partners, did just that.” The Juno Solar project has a total capacity of 418 megawatts.
Signal Energy is indeed a leading design/build general contractor. It provides engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) services for utility-scale renewable energy projects across North America, as outlined above.
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Signal Energy, partner of choice for SB Energy
Moreover, their innovative engineering and project teams are among the most experienced in the renewable energy industry. In fact, the company has delivered more than 8000 Megawatts for utility-scale solar projects; with that experience, the company possesses a wide range of expertise in the design and construction of solar, infrastructure; also, battery storage, and other power projects.
On the other hand, SB Energy was Signal Energy’s customer for the Juno Solar project and will be the project’s operator. SB Energy is a wholly-owned subsidiary of SoftBank Group Corp., and leading utility-scale solar, energy storage, and technology platform.
About the agreement with Signal Energy, Abhijeet Sathe, Co-CEO of SB Energy, said. “We are thankful for our construction partner, Signal Energy, for their creative approach to designing and building the Juno Solar Project. Which was completed safely and on schedule.”
Finally, he also remarked. “Their perseverance through the pandemic, extreme weather events in Texas, and other obstacles thrown in their way shows their total dedication to safety, quality, and to SB Energy.”