Time Out San Diego: A new power company, called Jd Energy, is in talks to open up a solar power plant in Southern California.
The company is based in San Diego and is a subsidiary of the oil company, Halliburton, according to its website.
The San Diego company is seeking to open its first commercial plant in 2019.
The news comes as JdEnergy, a new energy company focused on solar power, is ramping up operations in Southern Caliornia and hopes to get a foothold in the state by the end of this year.
Jd’s solar plant will be located on the South Coast of Southern California and will employ more than 200 people.
JD Energy’s announcement comes after the company announced a partnership with the Los Angeles-based SolarCity in a partnership to develop solar power systems.
In October, the San Diego-based company announced that it had signed a deal to invest $1 billion in a large-scale solar plant in Northern California.
Jb Energy is a new solar energy company that announced in May that it would open a $1.3 billion facility to supply solar energy to the San Francisco Bay Area.
Jdb Energy is focused on developing solar energy in Northern Cali.
It is developing its first solar farm and is looking to expand into California by the first quarter of 2019.
In the last quarter, Jdb also announced that its first-ever megawatt solar farm would be built in Los Angeles County, with a goal of providing up to 1,000 megawatts of solar energy by 2020.