Image | wrex.com Trajectory Energy Partners held an open house for Meadow Solar at the Dixon Park District Facility on October 26th, 2022 for community members to learn more about the 24-acre, five-megawatt community solar project. IN THE NEWS Energy Company Hosts Open House at Dixon Park District Facility to Show How Community Solar Project …
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Subscribers to Rockford Solar are now receiving credits that will provide approximately $1,000 a year in savings on their electricity bills for up to three years.
A 35-acre cornfield owned by the village of Metamora may soon make way for a new community solar project.
A 24-acre solar farm will be built at Meadows Park after getting approval from the Lee County Board.
The community solar platform’s first deal in Illinois highlights the impact of CEJA on delivering an equitable energy transition across Illinois.
A solar farm proposed on 24 acres at Meadows Park could generate about $630,000 in property tax revenue across the life of the project, the company co-developer testified Thursday in front of the Lee County Zoning Board.
A lease agreement with Sunny Pasture Solar LLC and its parent company, Trajectory Energy Partners, could result in new revenue for the city of Pekin as well as savings for energy consumers.
Trajectory Energy Partners is leasing land from the Dixon Park District to build a solar farm in Meadows Park.
A while back, the Dixon Park District went into an agreement with the company, Trajectory Energy Partners to lease 24 acres of land in the meadows for the solar field.
Brimfield took one step closer to a 12-acre community solar project on Monday when the Village Board voted 5-1 in favor of an ordinance establishing regulations for solar installations.