Ross County Solar Project
120 MW Solar
The Ross County Solar Project is a 120 megawatt (MW) solar development located in Ross County, Ohio which will span approximately 1,300 acres and will be connected to a new switching station on the AC2-060 transmission line. The project is anticipated to positively impact the local economy by producing tax revenue, jobs and contributions through a charitable fund. Ross County Solar is also estimated to offset approximately 160,900 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions annually during operations – the equivalent of taking an estimated 35,800 cars off the road every year.
*Environmental benefits calculated using the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) greenhouse gas equivalencies calculator. Environmental benefits are singular, not additive. Economic benefits calculated based on National Grid Renewables models and current tax law for renewable energy facilities. Economic benefits represent estimated total impact over the first 20 years of operation. All project production, benefits, and amounts are estimates and not guaranteed. Information presented is subject to change.