Lebanon Utility Solar Farm
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. The Lebanon, Missouri solar farm is located on 20 acres and is just over 3.14 MW DC / 2.5 MW AC. There are 9,396 335W panels, four (4) Selectria inverters, two rated at 750kW and two (2) at 500kW. The two (2) Sunbelt transformers required are rated at 1,500kVA each. Production is monitored in real-time with assistance from Deck Monitoring. The project was engineered, designed and constructed by MC Power Companies on time and within projected budget.
Location: Lebanon, MO
Industry: Municipal, Community & Utility
Mounting Option: Ground Mount