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Cornucopia Hybrid

Cornucopia Hybrid Project is a 300 MW utility-scale solar-plus-storage project proposed in Fresno County. The project will provide reliable energy through the installation of 300 MW solar array and 300 MW of battery storage system on approximately 2,000 acres in southwestern Fresno County.  

The project is expected to generate tax revenue for Fresno County, directly supporting local schools, infrastructure, first responders, and other essential services. Additionally, the project will support construction jobs and several long-term operations and maintenance positions. 

300 MWac of Solar Capacity
300 MWac of Storage Capacity
Fresno County in California
Undergoing Permitting Status

local case study

United States

Cornucopia Hybrid

Cornucopia Hybrid Project is a 300 MW utility-scale solar-plus-storage project proposed in Fresno County. The project will provide reliable energy through the installation of 300 MW solar array and 300 MW of battery storage system on approximately 2,000 acres in southwestern Fresno County.  

The project is expected to generate tax revenue for Fresno County, directly supporting local schools, infrastructure, first responders, and other essential services. Additionally, the project will support construction jobs and several long-term operations and maintenance positions. 

300 MWac of Solar Capacity
300 MWac of Storage Capacity
Fresno County in California
Undergoing Permitting Status

Project Location

Cornucopia Hybrid Project will be located in Fresno County, California, 1.25 miles northwest of the Fresno County boundary with Kings County. The project will not require water on-site with the exception of dust management during construction. 

 

Responsible Energy Development

Like farmers cultivating the land, as developers we seek to harness the power of the sun and wind to generate homegrown renewable energy. Drawing inspiration from our agricultural heritage, we honor the land and our resources. This dedication to respecting the land and surrounding environment is central to our values, guiding us in every project we undertake. 

  • Environmental Responsibility
    • Cornucopia Hybrid Project will be located on Nonprime Agricultural Land, allowing for energy production without affecting viable farmland. 
    • The project design will also accommodate dual-use agriculture by employing sheep grazing alongside the solar modules. 
    • Employing sheep grazing alongside the solar modules offers benefits such as managing vegetation, mitigating flammable vegetation, and enriching the soil. 
  • Community and Environmental Commitment
    • We commit to responsibly siting and minimizing disturbance to the local environment. 
    • We conduct focused surveys to identify any potential impacts and create action plans to leave the area in better condition than we found it. 
  • Grid Stability and Renewable Energy Contribution

    The addition of homegrown solar energy and battery storage enhances grid stability and promotes sustainable energy usage in Fresno County. By collecting and storing solar energy, we ensure reliable and affordable electricity while reducing reliance on traditional energy sources. 

 

Stronger Together 

Due to our decades of experience forming community partnerships, we understand that we can accomplish more together than we can alone. We value community engagement and giving back in meaningful ways. From workforce development training to scholarship programs to relief efforts, we are always committed to making a difference. 

Cornucopia Hybrid Project will be the start of a long-term partnership with Fresno County, and we look forward to engaging with you directly as we begin work on this project.

Project Timeline

Targeted Construction Start

Q2 of 2026

Targeted Commercial Operation Date

Q3 of 2027

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