Enel Green Power is developing a 210 MW solar + storage project that will provide sustainable, affordable energy, benefit the local economy, and stabilize the electric grid for Franklin County residents in Texas.
There are several key ways the Stockyard Solar + Storage Project will generate benefits for Franklin County:
The Stockyard Solar + Storage is estimated to provide tens of millions in local tax revenue
This project will create jobs in Franklin County during and after construction to maintain the facility
Stockyard Solar + Storage will generate zero polluting emissions, protect local habitats, and promote clean air and water
Solar does not require fuel transportation, uses very little water, and does not pollute local water sources
Throughout every project, our team collaborates one-on-one with landowners and local officials to create projects that generate value for the entire community.
Solar + Battery Storage
210 MW + 70 MW Battery Storage
Landowners and acreage
14 landowners and 2,350 acres
Zach Precopia is responsible for all aspects of wind and solar energy development and project management, including land acquisition, title curative, design and engineering, environmental and permitting, and community development. He currently works on all of Enel's renewable development and commercial strategy throughout Texas.
Zach holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Renewable Energy from Texas Tech University. He joined Enel Green Power right out of college, gaining two years of valuable experience in the company’s GIS Department before transitioning over to the Development team. Being born and raised in Texas, Zach is enjoying the ability to give back to local communities in his home state through the opportunities generated from the renewable industry.
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