Pleasant Prairie Solar Energy Center
The Pleasant Prairie Solar Energy Center is a proposed solar power generation facility of up to 250 megawatts (MW) in Franklin County, Ohio, targeted to begin operating in 2023. Solar technology uses the power of the sun to deliver clean, renewable energy and is now one of the lowest-cost energy sources available.
The Pleasant Prairie Solar Energy Center is an opportunity to boost the local economy of Franklin County and create jobs, all while generating clean, American made energy to meet Ohio's growing electricity demand.
Solar is the new cash crop for farmers and ranchers. Lease payments provide a steady stream of income.
At peak construction, Pleasant Prairie Solar Energy Center is expected to employ as many as 800 people. After construction, the project will employ up to 3 additional permanent operations and maintenance (O&M) staff.
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