Radiance Solar and Pivot Energy Partner to Build 5 Community Solar Projects in Illinois

Feb. 7, 2024
The five solar projects will have a combined capacity of 19 MW while reducing the communities’ carbon dioxide emissions by millions of pounds each year

Radiance Solar and Pivot Energy are partnering to build a portfolio of five community solar projects across Illinois.

The five solar projects will have a combined capacity of 19 MW – enough power to offset 3,800 homes annually – while reducing the communities’ carbon dioxide emissions by millions of pounds each year.

The projects, slated for completion in 2024, also stand to create numerous jobs, boost the local economy, and provide communities with access to clean energy.

Radiance Solar has already completed over ten community solar projects in Illinois and will serve as the engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) partner on the five projects, while Pivot Energy will be the owner of the facilities.

“Our collaboration with Pivot Energy on this portfolio reinforces our long-standing commitment to the Illinois renewable energy sector, where we have been an active participant for several years,” said Steve Newby, CEO of Radiance Solar.