Solar energy is growing rapidly across the country. Here are states where Trajectory Energy Partners is working with landowners, electricity users, and communities to develop solar projects:
In September 2021, Illinois passed the Climate and Equitable Jobs Act (CEJA) which builds on the success of the Future Energy Jobs Act (FEJA) passed in 2016. These groundbreaking bills bring the benefits of a clean energy economy to residents and businesses across Illinois, and will rapidly expand access to the savings, clean energy, and job benefits of solar power. In particular, Trajectory Energy Partners has focused on developing solar projects across Illinois and continues to work with landowners to identify opportunities for future projects.
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.