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PCL to build 48-MW Great Bend Solar project in Southern Ohio

PCL Construction will be the EPC for Great Bend Solar, a 48-MWAC solar project being developed by Doral Renewables in Meigs County, Ohio.

“PCL is committed to powering a greener future by connecting the world’s communities to cutting-edge, utility-scale solar solutions,” said Andrew Moles, general manager of PCL’s solar division. “Great Bend is our third solar EPC project in Ohio, and we are honored to be building it for Doral Renewables – a leader in championing the future of clean energy.”

The project’s groundbreaking is tentatively planned for this summer and is expected to create 200 jobs in the local community. PCL has also stated a commitment to partner with local subcontractors to help bring the project to life.

“PCL, renowned for its expertise and excellence in solar and infrastructure construction, is the perfect partner for this project,” said Amit Nadkarni, vice president of project management at Doral Renewables. “Their track record of delivering high-quality, innovative solutions, ability to collaborate with the local community and experience in the state of Ohio aligns perfectly with our vision for the Great Bend Solar Project. We are excited to partner with PCL for the EPC services, and this collaboration underscores our commitment to sustainability and renewable energy. Together, with PCL, we look forward to delivering a world-class solar facility that will make a positive impact on the environment and the community.”

Great Bend Solar marks the 16th photovoltaic solar project in the United States for PCL. Upon completion, this project will increase PCL’s completed and active EPC portfolio in the United States to over 2 GW of solar power.

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