Taylor farms will collaborate with Bloom energy, Ameresco Inc, and Concept Clean Energy to build a 450,000 sq. ft microgrid facility. As the biggest producer of healthy nutrients foods and vegetables, it will be able to grow the California food processing company and take it off the traditional energy grid.
The power directors have decided to put together six megawatts of Bloom energy cells; two megawatts of solar electricity from Concept clean energy, and 2 megawatts and 4 MW/h power units into the microgrid. The microgrid will supply electricity to power the 450,000 square fit company in San Juan Bautista, California, and roughly 4,500 homes.
Taylor farms’ decision to at least provide healthy vegetables and goods to its client is commendable. Installing a Microgrid will ensure that the Taylor farm can provide the best vegetables to its customers all year round. The cooperation of Bloom Energy, Concept clean energy, and Taylor farms will bring many good results and achievements.