Kayenta II Solar
Kimley-Horn led the design for the 28-megawatt Kayenta II Solar project in Arizona with the goal of bringing electricity to residents that previously did not have access to it.
Kimley-Horn led the design for the Kayenta II Solar project in Arizona’s Navajo Nation. This brought electricity to residents that had relied on propane, generators and flashlights.
Leaders of the country’s largest Native American reservation worked directly with Kimley-Horn on:
- Site civil engineering and construction documents
- Hydrology studies
- Construction support
Navajo resident Neda Billie told NPR about her family’s difficulties without power. With this new solar project, families like the Billie’s can pump water, charge their phones, store food, and connect to the internet.
- 2020 Best Energy/Industrial Project of the Year; ENR Southwest