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Flowing Springs Farms Solar Project, USA

Flowing Springs Farms Solar Project, USA

In development

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About the project

Flowing Springs Farms Solar Project

The Flowing Springs Farm Solar Project in Jefferson County, West Virginia, features 125 MW of solar power capacity.  It is expected to produce enough carbon-free electricity to power over 20,000 local households avoid emissions of more than 89,000 tons of CO2 each year, and provide more than 300 jobs during construction.  

Our team has a proven record of developing renewable energy projects nationwide. We strive not only to be a good neighbor, but also to become a strong community partner by collaborating closely with stakeholders and civic leaders to create projects that benefit local residents.

Having an open dialogue with local residents is important to us, and we are dedicated to seeking community input and incorporating as much of that feedback as possible into our plans. 



A stylized drawing of a light bulb





In development



125 MW Solar + 40 MW Battery



660 acres 

Community Impact

Economic Benefit

The project expects to provide positive impacts to the local economy through increased tax revenues to support schools, first responders, and other local services. At the same time, solar power facilities do not take away from local municipal resources used to support public infrastructure, schools, or emergency services, making solar facilities a true “silent revenue generator” that benefits the entire community over several decades.

Land Preservation

Unlike other forms of high-impact development, solar farms preserve the soil and allow the land to be returned to its original use after decommissioning. Solar arrays give the land a chance to rest. While the land is lying fallow, it will have the opportunity for its organic soil content to improve that can be used for farming and other purposes.  

Visual Impact

Compared to many other types of commercial development, low-profile solar panels present minimal visual impact. Vegetative screening will be added around nearby homes. Of all the potential uses on undeveloped land, solar is among the least impactful and prevents other types of development that may place a heavier load on community services, noisiness, pollution, and permanent land changes.  


Creating social and economic opportunities for local communities

We are proud to stand side by side with local residents, skilled tradespeople and landowners as we promote a shared value creation plan that both listens and responds to the needs of Jefferson County through our renewable energy projects.

Learn more about the benefits of our projects

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