Project Overview

The Las Camas Solar Park will be located west of the city of Los Banos, due south of the community of Santa Nella and adjacent to the I-5/Highway 33 Interchange. The project site was selected for its strong solar resource, access to transmission lines, and gently sloping, undeveloped terrain.

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Interested in joining our efforts to bring Las Camas Solar Park to Merced County?

Apply for our Community Relations Coordinator position to support our team in building strong relationships with local residents, providing insights on community values and concerns, and serving as the local touchpoint between project communities and EDPR.

Energy Output

Las Camas Solar Park will have an installed capacity of 200 megawatts (MW). Las Camas' generation will be equivalent to the consumption of more than 80,000 California homes.



Las Camas Solar Park will yield significant economic benefits to the community in the form of payments to landowners, local spending, and annual community investment.

Las Camas represents a capital investment of approximately $330 million. The project will create hundreds of jobs during construction as well as several permanent jobs during the life of the project.

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Las Camas Solar Park will save more than 177 million gallons of water each year and displaces carbon emissions from fossil fuel power plants, a major contributor to climate change. Solar energy also enhances air quality by helping to mitigate the health effects of harmful air pollutants.



Las Camas Solar Park will be compatible with other land uses and provides a stable form of income to local landowners. Millions of dollars will be paid to the solar park’s landowners through the life of the project.

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National Security

Las Camas Solar Park will contribute to the United States' energy security and help diversify our nation's energy supply.

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Solar Panels

Las Camas Solar Park will will utilize bifacial, single-axis tracking PV panels, across approximately 1,500 acres. Photovoltaic solar cells have no moving parts and convert sunlight directly into electricity via the photoelectric effect. This direct-current electricity is then collected, transformed into alternating-current, and finally enters the electrical grid through a substation after being converted to the proper voltage.

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