About The Project
Seven solar arrays in seven western Kentucky counties. More than a new source of renewable energy, it’s an educational experience.
These arrays give our Members the opportunity to view solar technology up close, learning about its construction, production, and costs. Located in McCracken, Marshall, Livingston, Henderson, Daviess, Meade, and Breckinridge Counties, the seven arrays generate a combined 165,000 kWh each year. That’s enough energy to power 12 homes.
The Solar Education Center data is designed for electric cooperative members, students, and the public, allowing everyone to explore the latest outputs and system technology. Built and launched in 2017, these solar array sites are just another example of our commitment to provide safe, reliable, and sustainable energy for our Members.
To visit one of the solar array sites, please contact your local cooperative or Big Rivers Electric Corporation.