Court OKs construction of 2 large solar farms in Preble County

The solar array in Yellow Springs consists of 3,024 solar panels tied into the grid on about 6½ acres of village-owned land. The solar array generates 1 megawatt of electricity. By comparison, large solar arrays proposed in Preble County would generate more than 50 megawatts of energy. CONTRIBUTED

DAYTON -- "The Ohio Supreme Court on Wednesday approved the construction of two large solar farms in Preble County.

The court found the Ohio Power Siting Board in June 2021 properly authorized the certificates to build the two solar-powered electric-generation facilities — Alamo Solar I in Gasper and Washington townships, and Angelina Solar I in Israel and Dixon townships. Each solar farm will have the capacity to generate more than 50 megawatts of electricity."

--Jeff Balduf, Dayton Daily News

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  • Sarah Strinka
    published this page in News 2023-10-23 16:10:29 -0400