solar farm
solar farm

Solar Farm at Camp Lejeune

McKim & Creed provided engineering and design services for a 19,942-kWdc (15,400-kWac) PV solar farm at Camp Lejeune that connected to a new 100-kV substation.

The project included a total of 63,308 modules rated at 315 watts each. The modules were installed on ground-mounted, fixed-tilt racking. Approximately 12,000 feet of underground medium-voltage cables from seven transformer/inverter skids connect to a 24.9-kV interconnection point.

McKim & Creed’s services included civil, structural and electrical engineering; surveying; and SUE. McKim & Creed provided detailed solar and power system analysis that included AC and DC arc flash, short circuit, voltage drop, load flow modeling, grounding modeling and lightning analysis.

Our site engineers reviewed and assisted with erosion control and structural engineers designed equipment support structures.

Project Details

Client Crowder Construction
Location Onslow County, NC
Categories Renewable