SAN ANTONIO -- The city is hoping to bring solar energy to the masses and want to get you involved. Today, the City of San Antonio, CPS Energy and OCI Solar Power broke ground on the Alamo Solar Farm on the south side. The 700 acre project will bring 400 megawatts of solar energy to the area and 800 jobs.
OCI says they're hiring in all skills including: mechanical engineers, welders, administrative staff, human resources, handlers and steel cutters.
"It (Alamo Solar Farm) gives everybody the opportunity here," said Tony Dorazio, President of OCI Solar Power. "No matter what you do, you should be able to find a job with OCI or one of our consortion partners."
OCI has already started taking applications. They hope to have the project up and running by this fall.
If you'd like to apply, CLICK HERE