The World Energy Center is working to form central Hubs in the Victorville, Palmdale and other surrounding desert areas to form the nation’s leading clean energy corridor. Inland Energy is in the advanced permitting stage for two new 550 megawatt hybrid combined cycle natural gas / solar hybrid power plants with the Cities of Victorville and Palmdale to form the initial back bone of the World Energy Center. The Hubs will accelerate the growth of the clean energy corridor and its numerous support and related service businesses.
The City of Victorville is fast becoming one of the leading energy centers in the United States with several large and small electrical generating facilities currently in operation or under development. It is also home to the 90,000 acre Southern California Logistics Airport and redevelopment agency. The City of Palmdale is one of the leading aerospace centers in the U.S. The World Energy Center will develop 5,000 megawatts of renewable energy systems on various project parcels around and in between the core hubs. The Center is working on several development sites suitable for large scale project development within the 500,000 acres of usable land in the clean energy corridor.