Solar energy



Enbridge has a significant ownership portfolio in solar power, which can generate electricity with no emissions, no waste production, and no water use.

We have commissioned three solar self-power projects, aimed at offsetting the power consumption of our oil and gas transmission operations. The portfolio now includes the 2.3-megawatt (MW) Lambertville Solar Project in New Jersey, the 10.5 MW Alberta Solar One project, and the 2.5 MW Heidlersburg Solar project, which entered operation in Pennsylvania in May 2021.

We have also started construction on four additional solar self-power projects in Wisconsin and Illinois, together worth 35 MW of emissions-free generating capacity. These projects will offset the power needs on Liquids Pipelines’ Lakehead and Flanagan South Lines.

Enbridge first entered the solar sector with the 80 MW Sarnia Solar project – one of the largest operating photovoltaic facilities in Canada – in 2008. The project is one of three Ontario solar projects in which Enbridge holds an equity stake.

In 2012, we entered the U.S. solar energy market with our acquisition of the 52 MW Silver State North, the first solar project built on U.S. public lands. Enbridge has a 51% ownership interest in Silver State North, which is located in Clark County, Nevada and generates enough emission-free energy to serve the needs of more than 11,500 homes.



Key facts about our solar power investments:

  • 127 MW: Emission-free power capacity from our solar investments (based on net generation figures, which exclude our partners' stake in the projects).
  • 26,905:  Number of homes that our solar investments can power each year (based on net generation figures, which exclude our partners' stake in the projects).

View our interactive map to learn more detailed information about Enbridge’s solar energy assets.