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U.S. and California Solar Stations


Shown above are operational U.S. and California power parks and solar stations. The largest solar power parks shown on the above map include: Topaz Solar Farm, California Valley Solar Ranch, Alamo Solar, AV Solar Ranch One, Solar Star, SEGS, Mojave Solar Project, La Paloma Generating Plant, High Desert Power Project, Mountainview Power Units, Otay Mesa Energy, Sunrise Cogeneration, Sutter Power, Los Medians at Pittsburg, Delta Energy Faclity, Blythe Energy Project, Elk Hills Power Project and Metcalfe Energy.

These U.S. solar power farms include both independent, public, and private solar energy producers. And the California solar producer map shows all types of solar energy including Solar Photovoltaic, Solar Thermal without Energy Storage, rooftop, farm, educational and commercial.

The Largest U.S. Solar Stations


Desert Sunlight 300 Station, 313.7 MW, California
Solana Generating Station, 295.4 MW, Arizona
Copper Mountain Solar 3 Station, 255 MW, Nevada
California Valley Solar Ranch, 249.8 MW, California
Desert Sunlight 250 Station, 249.7 MW, California
Imperial Valley Solar Station, 199.9 MW, California
Copper Mountain Solar 2 Station, 154 MW, Nevada
Solar Gen 2 Station, 150 MW, California
Ivanpah 2 Station, 133.4 MW, California
Ivanpah 3 Station, 133.4 MW, California
Ivanpah 1 Station, 133 MW, California
Imperial Solar Energy Center South Station, 130 MW, California
SEGS VIII Station, 88 MW, California
SEGS IX Station, 88 MW, California
Red Horse 2 Station, 81 MW, Arizona
Nevada Solar One Station, 68.5 MW, Nevada
Regulus Solar Project, 60 MW, California
Silver State Solar Power North Station, 50 MW, Nevada
Alpaugh 50 Station, 50 MW, California
CM48 Station, 48 MW, Nevada
OCI Alamo Solar I Station, 40.7 MW, Texas
SEGS III Station, 36 MW, California
SEGS IV Station, 36 MW, California
SEGS V Station, 36 MW, California
SEGS VI Station, 36 MW, California
SEGS VII Station, 36 MW, California
Foothills Solar Plant, 35 MW, Arizona
Long Island Solar Farm, 31.5 MW, New York
SEGS II Station, 30 MW, California
Simon Solar Farm, 30 MW, Georgia
Avalon Solar Station, 29 MW, Arizona
NRG Solar Borrego I Station, 26 MW, California
DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Station, 25 MW, Florida
Avra Valley Solar Station, 25 MW, Arizona
Hyder Solar Station, 22 MW, Arizona
NRG Solar Blythe Station, 21 MW, California
Atwell Island Station, 20.2 MW, California
TA-Acacia Station, 20 MW, California
Stroud Solar Station, 20 MW, California
Dogwood Solar Station, 20 MW, North Carolina
Cantua Solar Station, 20 MW, California
Guernsey Solar Station, 20 MW, California
Huron Solar Station, 20 MW, California
Gates Solar Station, 20 MW, California
Mountain View Solar Station, 20 MW, Nevada
Grand Ridge Solar Farm, 20 MW, Illinois
Pasquotank Station, 20 MW, North Carolina
Apple Data Center PV Station, 20 MW, North Carolina
Alpaugh North Station, 20 MW, California
FRV Cygnus Solar Project, 20 MW, California
Vega Solar Station, 20 MW, California
Lone Valley Solar Park II, 20 MW, California
White River Solar Station, 20 MW, California
Sol Orchard El Centro PV Station, 20 MW, California
Corcoran Solar Station, 20 MW, California
Halifax Station, 20 MW, North Carolina
Western Antelope Blue Sky Ranch A, 20 MW, California


Data source - Solar Energy Information Administration - EIA