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Illinois Power Agency selects 78 new community solar projects for the state

The latest round of projects will add 170 MW of solar to Illinois’ power grid. Update 5/5/2023: The Illinois Power Agency released the scoring round information, but not final project selection details. Final numbers are still subject to change.  On … Continue reading

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Sol Systems Acquires 157 MW IL Portfolio from Trajectory Energy Partners

Sol Systems Acquires 157 MW IL Portfolio from Trajectory Energy Partners WASHINGTON, April 27, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today, Washington, D.C.-based Sol Systems announced the acquisition of a 157-megawatt (MWdc) solar development portfolio near Peoria, Illinois, from Illinois-based Trajectory Energy … Continue reading

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Megan Strand ’08 Marks 15 Years as Jessup Moot Court Coach

Team Heading to Super Regionals of Moot Court Competition on Feb. 24 Last spring, first-year University of Virginia School of Law students Bo Hiett and Camille Blum were holed up in the Arthur J. Morris Law Library’s Mason Room. In 24 hours, … Continue reading

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Trajectory Energy Partners Hosts Open House for Meadow Solar at Dixon Park District Facility

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. Energy Company Hosts Open House at Dixon … Continue reading

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ComEd Community Solar Projects Delivering Monthly Savings to Income-eligible Customers

ComEd today announced that subscribers to three community solar projects designed for income-eligible customers are now receiving credits that will provide approximately $1,000 a year in savings on their electricity bills for up to three years. The projects – one … Continue reading

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A Metamora community solar project could mean big discounts for utility customers

A 35-acre cornfield owned by the village of Metamora may soon make way for a new community solar project. Trajectory Energy Partners wants to begin construction on a site on the eastern edge of the village next fall. Kiersten Sheets … Continue reading

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Solar farm coming to Meadows Park in Dixon

A 24-acre solar farm will be built at Meadows Park after getting approval from the Lee County Board. Trajectory Energy Partners petitioned the county under Meadow Solar LLC for a special use permit to develop a five-megawatt community solar farm. The … Continue reading

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Reactivate Partners with Trajectory Energy Partners on Portfolio of Illinois Solar For All Projects

Reactivate, a community solar platform supporting renewable energy development in underserved communities, today announced that it has completed its first transaction to develop a portfolio of Illinois Solar For All (ILSFA) solar projects in partnership with Trajectory Energy Partners, a leading Illinois-based solar developer. … Continue reading

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Hearings begin for Meadow Solar farm proposed in Dixon

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. Trajectory Energy Partners … Continue reading

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29 acres of Pekin land to become solar energy project with new revenue, savings

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. According to Pekin City Manager Mark Rothert, Sunny … Continue reading

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