SUNDA Participants and Deployments
SUNDA Participants and Deployments

Thanks to a grant from the Department of Energy’s SunShot Initiative, NRECA is partnering with the National Rural Utilities Cooperative Finance Corporation, PowerSecure and the 17 cooperatives listed below in the Solar Utility Network Deployment Acceleration (SUNDA) project to develop, test and refine standardized system packages that will enable electric co-ops across the country to develop solar at a minimal cost. 

Participating Co-ops State
Anza Electric CooperativeCA
Appalachian ECTN
Brunswick EMCNC
CoServ ElectricTX
Eau Claire ECWI
Great River Energy / Wright-Hennepin Cooperative Electric AssociationMN
Green Power EMC / Oglethorpe Power CorporationGA
Kansas Electric Power CooperativeKS
Middle Tennessee EMCTN
North Arkansas ECAR
Oneida Madison ECNY
Pedernales ECTX
Sandhills Utility ServicesNC
Sussex Rural ECNJ
Tri-State G&T Association / Poudre Valley REACO with options in UT, WY, NM and NE
Vermont ECVT


Size: 0.5 MW

Location: Picatinny Arsenal

CoServ Electric

Date Completed: September 2015 Size: 2 MW

Location: Northern Denton County, TX

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Eau Claire

Date Completed: September 2015

Size: 0.88 MW

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Great River Energy

Date Completed: May 2014

Size: 0.25 MW

Location: Maple Grove, MN Headquarters

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Appalachian EC

Date Completed: January 2017

Size: 1.4 MW

Location: New Market, TN

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Brunswick Electric Membership Corporation

Date Completed: November 2017

Size: 1.6 MW

Location: Sunny Point

Great River Energy

Date Completed: August 2016

Size: 2.2 MW

Location: Wright-Hennepin Cooperative Electric Association (Dickinson)

Kansas Electric Power Cooperative

Date Completed: February 2017

Size: 1 MW

Location: Butler County, KS

Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation

Date Completed: August 2016

Size: 800 kW

Location: College Grove, TN

GreenPower EMC Projects:

  • Grady EMC - 1 MW
  • Middle Georgia – 1 MW
  • Okefenokee – 2 MW
  • Satilla – 1 MW
  • Snapping Shoals – 2.7 MW
  • Tri-County EMC – 1 MW


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