Long Draw Solar

BNB is developing the utility-scale Long Draw Solar project on range land three miles east of BNB’s Mesquite Creek Wind farm and directly adjacent to the Long Draw Substation, an ERCOT node with capacity for up to 4,000MW of injection. Long Draw allows the export of energy through three 345kVA transmission lines to the east, south, and southwest. Increasing local load from the nearby expanding oil and gas operations of the Permian Basin combined with a CREZ interconnection at the new substation make Long Draw well-suited for a utility-scale solar plant in Texas. 


Project Stats:

  • Location: Borden County, Texas
  • Size: 200MW
  • Technology: Ground-mounted single-axis tracker PV
  • Status: Mid-stage development