sPower selected SunLogix as the warehouse partner for the Spotsylvania Solar Energy Center in Spotsylvania County, Virginia. sPower is a leading renewable energy Independent Power Producer (IPP), and the 485 MW AC project is the largest solar project east of the Rockies.
The project is currently under construction, with phases coming online this year through project completion in the summer of 2021. SPower is partnering with SunLogix, a leading provider of logistics services, to secure 250,000 square feet of warehousing space in Danville, Virginia.
“The SunLogix team provided SPower with a full menu of warehousing services that
made it easy to decide to partner with them for our long-term storage needs for this project.” said Josh Skogen, SVP Project Development at sPower.
“This warehouse will provide the solar energy industry with important access to longterm and short-term storage space,” said David DesVerney, Director of Business Development at SunLogix. “With today’s economic turmoil we believe it is important to provide the industry with easy-to-access storage in the event projects are temporarily halted or work slows down.”
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Nationally, SunLogix has more than 700 megawatts of solar panels in its inventory at its nine other warehouse locations in the U.S. and the inventory is growing rapidly. The company’s warehouses are strategically located near some of the country’s busiest ports.
SunLogix’s other warehouses are located in Norfolk, VA; Charleston, SC; Savannah, GA; Newark, NJ; Los Angeles, CA; Oakland, CA; Houston, TX, Canton, MA; and Denver, CO.
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