Our Projects

The Infinigen platform is currently comprised of two solar PV plants that have been in operation in Puerto Rico since 2015 and 2016.

Horizon Solar Park

Location: Salinas, PR
Capacity: 10 MW AC / 15.5 MW DC
Over 163K PV Panels
COD: August 2015

Located in Salinas, Puerto Rico, Horizon was built between 2013 and 2015. With a $40 million investment, it provided jobs to 210 locals during construction.

This groundbreaking park was the first to meet Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority’s grid-stabilizing standards with a 5.4 MW Lithium-Ion battery storage system.

Annually, Horizon generates 23,000 MWh of clean energy, enough for about 2,500 homes, while reducing carbon emissions by 17,500 tons. It exemplifies our commitment to sustainable solutions for green energy and grid stability in Puerto Rico.

Oriana Solar Park

Location: Isabela, PR
Capacity: 45 MW AC / 57 MW DC
Over 183K PV Panels
COD: December 2016

Located in Isabela, Puerto Rico, Oriana boasts an impressive capacity of 45 MWac. Oriana is the largest operational solar park in Puerto Rico as of October 2023.

The construction of Oriana Solar Park called for a substantial investment exceeding $160 million, and it played a pivotal role in the local economy by creating more than 1,000 jobs during its construction phase. Beyond its economic impact, this project has represented a significant stride towards building Puerto Rico’s clean energy capacity.

Oriana generates approximately 92,000 MWh of electricity annually, enough to power 10,000 average homes in Puerto Rico, while offsetting more than 55,000 tons of carbon dioxide emissions annually.

Yabucoa Solar Park

(In Development)

Location: Yabucoa, PR
Capacity: 32.1 MW AC
Expected COD: September 2025

Infinigen is proud to continue our mission to provide clean, safe, and reliable energy, with the forthcoming construction of a new solar PV facility in the municipality of Yabucoa, Puerto Rico. This project is part of the larger effort by PREPA to replace its existing fossil-fuel-burning generation units with clean energy, helping Puerto Rico achieve its public policy goal of 100% renewable energy by 2050.