Fox Squirrel Solar plans virtual public information meeting on July 21 regarding solar project in Ohio

The facility is expected to have a maximum total generating capacity of 400 MW, Fox Squirrel Solar said

Fox Squirrel Solar, LLC on July 1 filed with the Ohio Power Siting Board a preapplication notification letter regarding the proposed Fox Squirrel Solar Project in Madison County, Ohio.

The facility is expected to have a maximum total generating capacity of 400 MW, Fox Squirrel Solar said, adding that the purpose of the facility is to generate electricity to the PJM Interconnection marketplace.

Construction is estimated to begin as early as 2Q21, resulting in commercial operations in 4Q21.

Fox Squirrel Solar also said that it has scheduled a virtual public information meeting from 6 p.m., to 8 p.m., on July 21, that will consist of a live web/phone question and answer session on the project; to access the live session, attendees may visit www.GeenexVirtualMeetings.com, or call 877-229-8493 and use ID code 119758.

Fox Squirrel Solar noted that it anticipates filing with the board an application for a certificate of environmental compatibility and public need to build the project within 90 days of the public information meeting.

 

 

 

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