Hunter Solar, CORE’s latest utility-scale renewables project, could deliver power to our grid as early as this year. CORE has a power purchase agreement (PPA) that will provide our cooperative 45 megawatts of the facility’s 75-megawatt capacity. That means CORE will purchase enough clean energy to power about 11,000 average homes each year at or below the cost we would pay for other energy sources. The investment in Hunter Solar will help CORE reach 165 megawatts of renewable energy capacity by 2025. CORE’s renewables portfolio already includes 80 megawatts from Pioneer Solar, pictured above, and 13 megawatts from Victory Solar.