Trajectory Energy Partners works with landowners, communities, and organizations to develop solar projects with strong local support. Below are some examples of projects Trajectory has developed with local partners.
If you’re interested in developing your land for solar, tell us more.
Rockford Solar was selected in the first round of the Illinois Solar for All program and construction is almost completed.
Trajectory Energy Partners worked with the students of Piney Woods School to lead a successful crowdfunding campaign, #Panels4Piney, to bring solar power to the Piney Woods School. Energized on October 9th, 2019, this project will offset 8-10% of the School’s energy usage and serve as a living laboratory for students to learn about solar technology.
Cameron Solar is located on the west side of Cameron lane in unincorporated Peoria County west of Peoria, Illinois. Cameron Solar is a 20-acre community solar project and the site will have a pollinator friendly ground cover. The project is 2MWac and construction is expected in 2022.
Sparland Solar is located on the north side of Highway 17 in unincorporated Marshall County west of Sparland, Illinois. Sparland Solar is a 19-acre community solar project and the site will have a pollinator friendly ground cover. The project is 2MWac and construction is expected in 2022.
Rock River Solar is a 420kWac behind the meter project that will serve the UW-Health Sports Factory facility in Rockford, Illinois. The Sports Factory is a recreation center run by the Rockford Park District. The solar project will provide over 40% of the electricity used by the Sports Factory, and construction is expected in 2022.
Trajectory Energy Partners has developed Gar Creek Solar in Kankakee, IL in conjunction with local community leaders. This project is located in a low-income and environmental justice neighborhood and will bring much needed economic development to the community. Construction will be completed in early 2022.
Poplar Grove Solar is located on the north side of Highway 173 in the Village of Poplar Grove, Illinois. Poplar Grove Solar is a 2-phase, 38 acre community solar project and the site will have a pollinator friendly ground cover. The project is 2 co-located 2MWac projects and construction is expected in 2022-23.
Goodfarm Solar is located in unincorporated Grundy County north of Dwight, Illinois along Hwy 47. Goodfarm Solar is an 18-acre community solar project and the site will have a pollinator friendly ground cover. The project is 2MWac and construction is expected in 2022-23.
The Future Energy Jobs Act (FEJA) in Illinois has kick-started solar development across the state. FEJA allows for solar installations ranging from large utility scale projects to community solar projects to smaller residential rooftop systems. In particular, Trajectory Energy Partners has focused on developing community solar projects across Illinois and continues to work with landowners to identify opportunities for future projects on sites of 30 acres or more.
Maryland recently expanded its community solar program, providing increased access to solar for residents and commercial entities. Throughout the state, Trajectory Energy Partners is working with landowners to develop community solar projects on sites of 10 acres and up.
Pennsylvania has the potential to see significant growth in solar energy production in the coming years. Trajectory Energy Partners is working with landowners to identify suitable sites for ground-mounted solar projects on sites of 80 acres or more.