Madison Fields Solar to hold virtual informational meeting on June 16 regarding proposed solar project in Ohio

Madison Fields Solar noted that a presentation about the project will be posted its website, beginning on June 9

Madison Fields Solar Project, LLC on May 29 filed with the Ohio Power Siting Board a second preapplication notification letter regarding the proposed Madison Fields Solar Project, noting that it has scheduled a third public informational meeting for June 16 to outline plans to build the project.

The solar-powered electric generation facility located in Madison County, Ohio, is expected to have a maximum total generating capacity of 180 MW. Madison Fields Solar added that it anticipates filing its application with the board for a certificate of environmental compatibility and public need to build the project within the next 90 days.

Construction on the project is estimated to begin as early as 1Q22, resulting in commercial operations in 2022, Madison Fields Solar said.

Madison Fields Solar noted that the June 16 meeting will be virtual and consist of a live phone question and answer session on the project. Madison Fields Solar also noted that a presentation about the project will be posted its website, beginning on June 9.

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