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Sheep between solar panels

National Grid Renewables pilot agrivoltaics program at Prairie Wolf Solar incorporates sheep grazing to help with vegetation management and to maximize the use of land where the solar project is built.

Construction site

Watch the construction timelapse for Wild Springs Solar Project, located in Pennington County, South Dakota, to learn more about National Grid Renewables initiatives to create a greener future and what it takes to develop the land our project resides.

Homegrown Minnesolar farmers market

National Grid Renewables hosts ‘Homegrown Minnesolar’ event to celebrate two new solar projects in Southern Minnesota, featuring a farmers market and announcing $380,000 in education funds.

Solar panels

Watch the construction timelapse for Copperhead Solar & Storage, located in Falls County, TX, to learn more about National Grid Renewables initiatives to create a greener future and what it takes to develop the land our project resides.

Crocker wind turbines by lake

National Grid Renewables is paving the way for a clean energy future. From water conservation, to protecting natural resources and reducing carbon emissions, we strive do go above and beyond to protect the land our projects are built on, because we know the environment is everything.

Yellowbud solar

Watch a solar project come to life! Get a unique view of our Yellowbud Solar Project as it moves through construction. 

People sitting at tables at Wild Springs event

Showcasing the environmental, social and economic benefits of solar energy projects, National Grid Renewables hosted the “Solar Does Good” community event at its 128 megawatt (MW) Wild Springs Solar Project in Pennington County, South Dakota in July 2023. The event brought together local community members, landowners, customers and partners in celebration of the project’s construction, as well as its associated benefits for local and state communities.

Solar panels

Take a quick look into the construction of our 275 MW solar, 125 MWh storage Noble Project in Denton County, Texas.

Community members sitting at tables in tent

On October 11, 2022, National Grid Renewables hosted project partners and landowners to celebrate the start of construction at its Copperhead Solar & Storage Project, a 150 megawatt (MW) solar and 100 megawatt hour (MWh) storage project in Falls County, Texas. During the groundbreaking event, National Grid Renewables also announced a 140 MW Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with The Hershey Company for Copperhead, marking the second PPA between The Hershey Company and National Grid Renewables after The Hershey Company’s Noble solar PPA was announced in 2021.

People in construction vests between solar panels and bus

Learn how our team worked with Ohio legislators to expand programming and increase access to education funding.

Staff at PW Event

Alongside community members, project customers and partners, National Grid Renewables hosted a community celebration and Stuff-the-Bus event at the Prairie Wolf Solar Project (Prairie Wolf) in Coles County, Illinois.

People in construction vests

Meet the staff of National Grid Renewables, the team that is repowering America and reigniting local economies while building a clean, fair and affordable energy future for all.

Workers assembling solar panels

We’re repowering America, reigniting local economies, and reinvesting in a sustainable future. We develop, construct, and operate renewable energy projects throughout the United States. Learn how we’re helping to create a clean, fair and affordable energy future for all.

Noble storage project banner

On October 27, 2021, as part of the first-ever American Clean Power Week, National Grid Renewables hosted a Celebration Event at the Noble Solar and Storage Project in Texas.

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