Madison County

Project Brief:

The array was developed to supply energy to the county office building and county jail utility accounts. This system will produce more than 2.8 million kWh of lower-cost renewable energy annually. Over the projected 25-year term, the agreement will result in more than $3 million in cost savings for the county and its residents-all at no cost to the community.



  • System Size: 2.4 MW
  • Module Type: REC
  • Inverter Type: Chint
  • Racking Type: Schletter
  • Expected Savings: In excess of $3 MM over length of the agreement.


“This project allows Madison County to add risk-managed, affordable energy to help meet their power needs without requiring them to own or maintain a solar system.”

Joel Jansen
AEP OnSite Partners


“I think that (this solar array) really galvanized our thinking on solar and what it can do on the municipal level.”

Scott Ingmire
Madison County Planning Department Director


“The system will produce more than 2.8 million kilowatt hours of renewable energy annually, offsetting an estimated 73 percent of the county campus’ energy usage. County officials say that could save taxpayers roughly $3 million over the projected 25-year term of the agreement.”



  • Solar Power World Online Read More
  • Oneida Daily Dispatch Learn More
  • Madison County Explains How This 2 MW Solar Array Fits Into Their Overall Plan of Energy Leadership. Read More
  • See a Live Production Dashboard of Energy Output from the Array. See Dashboard