We Build Solar Farms
MC Power Companies and the city of Marshall, Missouri decided to build this project to help the community and its citizens with renewable energy. The project allowed Marshall to tell citizens that they were forward thinking and helping better the community.
MC Power Companies and BPU successfully collaborated on this 1.2663 megawatts DC community solar farm project. BPU is a forward-thinking utility that sees the need for Energy Diversity in its long-term power generation portfolio and through its commitment to the community built this pilot project. There are 3,780 335-watt tier one panels, two Solectria inverters, and Sunbelt transformers. The community solar farm was commissioned on September 26th, 2017.
MC Power Companies and the city of Chillicothe worked on this project together to add benefit to the city and also help the citizens be greener. The city was also excited to keep with its city motto of “planning for the future” with renewable energy.
MC Power Companies and the City of Butler worked on this project together as the first solar project for MPUA/MJMEUC. The city, known for being the first city west of the Mississippi with electric street lights in 1881 became the first city in Missouri with a utility scale solar farm. The city was excited to use the solar farm as a way of showing forward thinking to other cities in Missouri as well as the U.S.
MC Power Companies and Rolla worked on this project together to add benefit to the city and also
help the citizens be greener. The city was also excited to be able to use the solar farm as a way of showing forward thinking to individuals thinking about coming there for education.
MC Power Companies and the city of Trenton, Missouri came together to provide the city with a solar farm to allow the city renewable energy. MC Power Companies did everything from the ground up to completion on this project. MC Power also provided the local school with monitor equipment allowing them to see the production of their great project.
MC Power Companies in collaboration with Missouri Public Utility Alliance (MPUA), Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission (MJMEUC) and the City of Lebanon developed, engineered and installed a utility scale solar farm on property purchased from the Trustees of the City of Lebanon. Multiple parcels of land were joined to form the Solar Farm Subdivision.
Lebanon, with over 14,000 residents and major employers as Tracker Marine, Lowe Boats, Emerson Climate Technologies and Detroit Tool Metal Products wanted renewable energy for these companies to be able to harness themselves. From the telegraph to Route 66 to the railroad and magnetic water, Lebanon has always been current with the times and has built on its motto of “planning for the future”. Today, renewable energy from the Lebanon Solar Farm provides renewable energy for the future.
MC Power Companies and the City of Nixa worked on this project together to add benefit to the city and also help the citizens be greener. The City of Nixa solar farm is the largest solar farm constructed in Missouri to date.
MC Power Companies and Independence Power and Light successfully collaborated on this 3.85 megawatts DC community solar farm project. There are 11,664 330-watt tier one panels, four Solectria inverters, and Sunbelt transformers. The community solar farm was 100% subscribed or committed to by the time the farm was commissioned.