Rockford Solar: Ribbon cutting on Give-A-Ray℠ Program site

Trajectory developed Rockford Solar in conjunction with the City of Rockford and other local stakeholders, and the project was selected in the first round of the Illinois Solar for All program. Nexamp is the long-term owner and operator of this system which is currently under construction and will be finished by the end of 2021.

Enough power for 10,000 homes: New energy project nears approval just north of Peoria

Trajectory Energy Partners is working with St. Louis-based Azimuth Renewables on this utility-scale project, which would be “many times larger than the numerous 2-megawatt community solar farms that received permits in central Illinois in recent years, only a few of which have been constructed so far”. If approved, the project will be constructed in 2023, bringing temporary constructions jobs to the area and “a 35-year total of some $3.5 million in property tax revenues into local government coffers, with about two-thirds of that going to Lowpoint Washburn Community Unit School Board 21”

Pockets of sunshine: Marshall County zoning panel OKs three more solar energy projects

Source: PJStar.com LACON – Marshall County’s list of potential future solar energy installations continued to grow last week with Zoning Board of Appeals approval of three projects of the type being developed at numerous sites around central Illinois and elsewhere in the state. The panel voted unanimously Thursday night to recommend that the County Board …

Knox County has plans for solar energy

Source: Galesburg.com GALESBURG — Solar panels are officially coming to Knox County. Trajectory Energy Partners, a solar energy company, will bring the county’s first community solar site to Yates City in 2019. Construction is projected to start in either winter 2018 or spring 2019, depending on the weather, and will take between three and six …