IMPA's Power Supply System

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IMPA's Power Supply System

IMPA had its most prolific year yet for its solar park program in 2023, as the Agency brought seven solar parks online in member communities. The communities of Knightstown, Ladoga, and Middletown all welcomed their first solar park, while three other communities welcomed additional parks to their service territories – Gas City, Richmond, and Washington. Richmond actually saw two more parks completed, now totaling seven IMPA solar facilities in the community. The Washington 2 park marked IMPA’s largest solar park to date, with a rating of 9.9 megawatts (MW). Notably, IMPA also celebrated a milestone as the Agency’s 50th solar park came online late in the year in Knightstown. From a small, idealistic program that started with three, 1 MW parks in 2014, the Agency’s solar park program has grown exponentially in under 10 years. The Agency now has over 196 MW of solar power in member communities with the addition of these seven parks. Plans are already underway for four additional parks, and the Agency expects to surpass 209 MW of solar capacity by the end of 2025.

Data for each of the solar parks is available at Solar Parks.