Solar Energy Feasibility Study, Eugene Airport

The Eugene Airport (EUG) is undertaking a Master Plan update. As part of that process, the Airport is interested in the feasibility of installing solar photovoltaic (PV) projects at EUG to generate green power and provide financial benefit in the terms of revenue generation and/or cost savings. HMMH is preparing a Solar Feasibility Study, which will serve as a planning tool to evaluate solar PV options and determine how to proceed with solar deployment on airport property.

Our scope of work associated with completing the Feasibility Study is includes identifying candidate locations for the development of solar PV at EUG, evaluating potential sites for their compatibility with airport sensitive receptors, reviewing the primary energy and economic issues associated with developing solar PV projects at EUG, and assessing the economics of a utility-scale solar project developed by a third party at the example site and the options for the Airport to participate financially in such a project.

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