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More solar power in Alliant Energy’s Wisconsin pipeline

By December 15, 2020 No Comments

sun shining on solar panelsAlliant Energy recently purchased two more Wisconsin solar projects. These facilities will produce enough power for 30,000 Wisconsin homes per year. The 65-megawatt Paddock and 50-megawatt Albany solar projects are both expected to break ground in 2022 and be in service by the end of 2023. Alliant bought the solar facilities from Capital Dynamics, and they were developed by Tenaska, one of the largest private independent energy companies in the U.S.

“We are excited to add these projects to our renewable portfolio and proud to be delivering cleaner energy while investing in local communities,” said Ben Lipari, Director of Resource Development. “Through our purpose-driven strategy, these projects represent continued investment where we have long-standing partnerships with local businesses and community leaders. The partnership between Capital Dynamics and Tenaska has these projects well-positioned for success.”