The Harmony Solar Project is a 200 megawatt (MW) solar project located in Cass County, North Dakota. Harmony will span approximately 1,600 acres and will connect to the Bison substation. The project is anticipated to positively impact both the environment and the local economy by producing up to $500,000 in tax revenue annually and reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 240,000 metric tons each year – the equivalent of taking 50,000 cars off the road every year.
|Operational Capacity:||200 MW|
|Location:||Harmony Township, Cass County, North Dakota|
|Capital Investment:||~$320 million|
|Local Tax Revenue:||up to $10 million over 20 years of operation, or $500,000 annually*|
|Expected COD:||December 31, 2020|
|Carbon Dioxide Emissions Reduced:||240,000 metric tons annually|
|Calculations based on National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) JEDI Model and proposed North Dakota tax for solar facilities.|
Harmony Solar will provide energy and capacity for the transmission network and will connect to the Bison Substation. Harmony will provide a cost effective alternative to fossil fuels. Geronimo began developing Harmony in 2015 with a supportive landowner and community group.