Welcome New Member - NextEra Energy Resources

April 05 2023

Since 1989, NextEra Energy Resources' subsidiaries have been helping fuel the state’s economic growth and quality of life and moving our country toward energy independence.

Our subsidiaries own and operate wind facilities, solar facilities, transmission assets and battery energy storage systems in more than 20 counties across the state. We also have several projects in development.

California is ranked No. 1 in installed solar capacity, according to the Solar Energy Industries Association. NextEra Energy Resources plays a role in the state's clean energy future through operations at its solar generating facilities.

About NextEra Energy Resources

  • The world's largest generator of renewable energy from the wind and the sun.
  • A leading energy provider, operating wind, natural gas, solar and nuclear power plants, as well
  • as battery energy storage.
  • Nearly all of the electricity we generate comes from clean or renewable sources.
  • A subsidiary of NextEra Energy, Inc., with headquarters in Juno Beach, Florida.

Visit their website here.

The Corby Project is an innovative battery energy storage project proposed for Solano County, California that features batteries with a capacity of up to 300 megawatts and a 4-hour duration. It will provide California with additional flexibility in managing the energy grid, helping keep the lights on even during the hottest months of the year, when demand for electricity is at its peak. It will also help balance the diverse renewable energy resources on the grid minute by minute, filling in the gaps even when the wind is not blowing, and the sun is not shining. The Corby Project is more than batteries — it represents a significant capital investment in California. It will create good-paying jobs and millions in additional revenue for the local community.

It is a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources, LLC, the world’s largest generator of renewable energy from the wind and the sun and a leader in battery storage.

Click here for information about the Corby Project