North America’s biggest solar PV facilities

As of the end of 2010, the list below identifies the largest solar photovoltaic (PV) power plants in North America. Please note, the plant in Sarnia, Ontario is also the largest in the world.

  • Sarnia, Ontario, Canada: 97 megawatts
  • Boulder City, Nevada, USA: 48 megawatts
  • Cimarron, New Mexico, USA: 30 megawatts
  • Arcadia, Florida, USA: 25 megawatts
  • Lombardy, Ontario, Canada: 24 megawatts
  • Arnprior, Ontario, Canada: 23.4 megawatts
  • Blythe, California, USA: 21 megawatts
  • Sandhill, Colorado, USA: 19 megawatts
  • Davidson County, North Carolina, USA: 17.2 megawatts
  • San Antonio, Texas, USA: 16 megawatts
  • Jacksonville, Florida, USA: 15 megawatts
  • Nellis, Nevada, USA: 14.2 megawatts
  • St. Isidore, Ontario, Canada: 12 megawatts
  • Wyandot County, Ohio, USA: 11.9 megawatts
  • Merritt Island, Florida, USA: 10 megawatts
  • Chicago, Illinois, USA: 10 megawatts
  • Boulder City, Nevada, USA: 10 megawatts
  • Stone Mills, Ontario, Canada: 9.1 megawatts
  • Alamosa, Colorado, USA: 8.2 megawatts
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