The Lunar Light Solar Facility is an 10-megawatt solar power generating facility located 12 km north of Belleville, Ontario. It uses energy from the sun to generate power by using 7 arrays of photovoltaic panels to create an electric field resulting in an electrical current. Each array contains one cluster consisting of two inverters (to convert from direct to alternating current) and one inverter transformer.

BluEarth acquired the Lunar Light Solar Facility in June 2015.  It is the final of four solar facilities acquired from Canadian Solar Inc. Read more.

Regulatory Approvals and Documents

The Lunar Light Solar Facility is classified as a Class 3 Solar Facility and required a Renewable Energy Approval (REA) from the Ontario Ministry of the Environment (MOE) in accordance with Ontario Regulation 359/09 (“O. Reg. 359/09”). The REA was issued in February 2014.

Further Information

For further information about the Lunar Light Solar Facility, email projects@bluearth.ca, or call 1-844-214-2578.