Conway Corp and Lightsource BP in 132MW solar project


The Conway Corp board of directors has approved a 20-year purchase power agreement with Lightsource BP for the development of a 132MWdc solar energy project in White County, Ark.

Lightsource BP will finance, build, own and operate the facility and will deliver the solar energy it generates to Conway Corp under the fixed-rate power purchase agreement.

The Happy Solar project is located on 700 acres near Happy, Arkansas, approximately 55 miles northeast of Little Rock. It will supply clean energy to Conway Corp’s customers in the city of Conway and will generate enough electricity to power more than 21,400 homes. The project will also play a role in reducing the city’s carbon footprint by the equivalent of CO2 emissions from 35,270 fuel burning cars.

We are committed to providing safe, reliable, affordable and innovative and environmentally sound service to our customers. This solar project checks all of those boxes,” Conway Corp chief executive officer Bret Carroll said. “We know this project is a great long-range strategy in our continued efforts to serve our customers with excellence.”

Kevin Smith, chief executive officer of the Americas for Lightsource BP said: “We applaud Conway Corp for taking the lead in delivering the many benefits of solar energy to its customers and look forward to our continued collaboration as we work to bring this exciting project online. We believe renewable and affordable solar energy is an important part of the state’s future energy mix, and we’re dedicated to making it a positive contribution to local communities.”

The project is expected to go online at the end of 2022.

Anela Dokso

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