Ross County Solar Project
The Ross County Solar Project is an up to 120 megawatt (MW) solar photovoltaic electric generating facility proposed to be located in Ross County, Ohio (the “Project”). The Project will span approximately 1,400 acres and will connect to the electric grid via the Buckskin Township Substation. The Project is anticipated to positively impact both the local economy and environment by producing significant tax revenue and other economic benefits for the area, and offsetting carbon dioxide emissions by an estimated 162,500 metric tons each year – the equivalent of taking approximately 35,000 cars off the road.
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|Operational Capacity||120 MW|
|Location||Ross County, Ohio|
|Annual Carbon Dioxide Emissions Offset||~162,500 metric tons|
|Annual Local Tax Revenue Generated||~$1.1 Million*|
|Project Email||[email protected]|
|Project Phone Number||937-519-2007|
|Ohio Power Siting Board Docket Number||20-1380-EL-BGN|
|Ohio Power Siting Board Docket Link||View Docket >|
*Calculations estimated based on National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) JEDI Model and current state tax law for solar facilities. Subject to change.
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