|Location||San Bernardino County|
|Commission date||September, 2016|
|Owner(s)||Southern Company and First Solar|
|Site area||1,685 acres (682 ha)|
|Nameplate capacity||300 MWp, ~250 MWAC|
|Capacity factor||~30% (average 2017)|
|Annual net output||658 GW·h, 390 MW·h/acre|
Desert Stateline Solar Facility is a 300 MWp (about 250 MWAC) utility-scale solar photovoltaic power station constructed by First Solar in San Bernardino County California. It is located at the base of Clark Mountain in California, across the state line from Primm, Nevada and adjacent to the Ivanpah Solar Power Facility.
The plant's first 150 megawatts (MW) came online in late 2015, and the plant entered full commercial operation in the third quarter of 2016. In September 2015, it was announced that Southern Company had purchased a controlling interest in the project. First Solar continues to operate the facility. Power is sold to Southern California Edison under a 20-year power purchase agreement.
|Average Annual Production (years 2017)||658,000|
- Desert Stateline Solar Facility Fact Sheet, Southern Power Company
- EIA US Energy Mapping System
- EIA Electricity Data Browser - Stateline Solar
- "Desert Stateline Solar Facility" (PDF) (Press release).
- "Southern Company subsidiary acquires system's largest solar project" (Press release). Southern Company. September 2, 2015.
- "Stateline Solar, Monthly". Electricity Data Browser. Energy Information Administration. Retrieved March 8, 2017.
- "Bureau of Land Management Stateline Solar Farm Project". Retrieved 2015-03-23.
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