- Hoosier Energy’s solar program consists of 10 1-megawatt solar arrays placed along highly visible roadways across member service territories
- Collectively, the solar sites will provide approximately 20,000,000 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of energy annually for the 300,000 consumers served by Hoosier Energy’s 18-member distribution cooperatives
- Learn how this variable energy resource integrates onto the grid and how solar might offset the need for other more costly energy resources during periods of high demand
- Once collected, this information will help member distribution systems give advice to member consumers on the operational issues, costs, and benefits of solar as a renewable energy resource
What to know how much energy is being produced at the Henryville site? Visit Hoosier Energy's Renewable Energy page.