• Equivalent Trees Planted
  • Equivalent Cars Removed

Our Record-Breaking Portfolio

8minute is known for pushing the industry to new heights. Our project portfolio includes the largest solar cluster in the nation, the first operating project to beat fossil fuel prices, and the lowest-cost solar-plus-storage project in history. Now, we’re building on this success and expanding our footprint with greenfield projects throughout California, Texas and the Southwestern United States.

8minute has one of the largest project pipelines in the country, including more than 50 utility-scale projects in various stages. With over 18 gigawatts (GW) of solar and 24 gigawatt-hours (GWh) of storage under development, our pipeline will generate enough power for 20 million American homes and offset two gigatons of carbon emissions – equivalent to planting 1.1 million trees every day for 10 years. Driven by a commitment to technology and engineering innovations, 8minute continues to raise the bar for cost leadership with new record-setting deals, including our next generation solar power plants with energy storage. We’re proving that day or night, solar energy can be the cheapest, most reliable form of electricity in a utility’s portfolio.

Eland Solar & Storage Center

LA Metro Area

Capacity

400 MWac with 1,200 MWh of storage

Status:

Under Development

Offtakers:

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP)

Holstein 1 Solar Project

Nolan County, Texas

Capacity

280 MW

Status:

Operational

Offtakers:

J. Aron & Company LLC., a subsidiary of Goldman Sachs

Lotus Solar Farm

Madera County, CA

Capacity

67 MW

Status:

Operational

Offtakers:

Southern California Edison

Springbok 3

Kern County, California

Capacity

121 MW

Status:

Operational

Offtakers:

Southern California Public Power Authority (SCPPA), Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP)

Mount Signal 3

Imperial County, California

Capacity

329 MW

Status:

Operational

Offtakers:

Southern California Edison

Mount Signal 1

Imperial County, California

Capacity

260 MW

Status:

Operational

Offtakers:

San Diego Gas & Electric

Springbok 2

Kern County, California

Capacity

191 MW

Status:

Operational

Offtakers:

Southern California Public Power Authority (SCPPA), Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP)

Springbok 1

Kern County, California

Capacity

137 MW

Status:

Operational

Offtakers:

Southern California Public Power Authority (SCPPA), Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP)

Hayworth

Kern County, California

Capacity

34 MW

Status:

Operational

Offtakers:

City of Palo Alto

Redwood 4

Kern County, California

Capacity

26 MW

Status:

Operational

Offtakers:

PG&E

Redcrest

Kern County, California

Capacity

21 MW

Status:

Operational

Offtakers:

Southern California Edison

Woodmere

Kern County, California

Capacity

19 MW

Status:

Operational

Offtakers:

PG&E