Doral Renewables LLC has a proven track record of successful solar projects made possible with strong partnerships with local landowners, residents and community leaders. We have a similarly-sized solar farm project in Indiana, which is a good example of our commitment to success.
Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb recently highlighted the importance of this project to the state during his annual State of the State Address. See the video linked below and read the highlights here.
Mammoth Solar is a $1 billion, privately funded project that will generate up to 1,300 MW of clean, renewable electric power.
The unique geographic characteristics of the area assures economies of scale that will deliver the lowest cost for energy. Flat land, situated on a key grid location, is a most suitable place in America for a large solar farm and will provide a big break for farmers and the community.
The Mammoth Solar project is one of the country’s largest solar farms and spreads over 13,000 acres across Starke and Pulaski Counties in Northwest Indiana, equal to the size of 1,000 football fields. The project will generate approximately 1.6GWdc of clean energy to 275,000 households in the Midwest, annually. The projects will include an economic investment of approximately $1.5 billion and comprise of three phases- Mammoth North (Phase One, generation capacity of 360MWdc), Mammoth South (Phase Two, generation capacity of 480 MWdc), and Mammoth Central (Phase Three, generation capacity of 720 MWdc).
What People Are Saying
Jim and Sheila Buczek, Landowners
Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb
“The impact of the energy harvested from this truly 21st century energy solution will reach far beyond the 312 square miles of Starke County to businesses and residences throughout the country.”