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Over 40 Projects Across 18 States

Our Projects

Our Projects

All of our projects are constructed only on tillable acres. On average, only 20% feature solar panels on top, and the remaining 80% remains green or used for vegetation.

With the exception of the Mammoth Solar projects, the images used in this section are owned by Doral Group Ltd. and are used for illustration purposes only and do not represent an actual Doral Renewables LLC project in the U.S. 

 

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Under ConstructionSolar

MAMMOTH NORTH SOLAR

Mammoth North is located on 4,500* acres in Starke County, Indiana, in the northwestern region of PJM. The project will be a ground-mounted single axis PV system with 400 MW of solar power capacity, serving approximately 75,000 households. It is the first phase of Doral’s Mammoth Solar project, a 1.3 GW solar farm that upon completion would be the largest solar farm in the U.S.
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Key Stats

400
MW
4,500*
Acres
PJM
Transmission System
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Under ConstructionSolar

MAMMOTH SOUTH SOLAR

Mammoth South is located on 3,500* acres in Pulaski County, Indiana, in the northwestern region of PJM. The project will be a ground-mounted single axis PV system with 300 MW of solar power capacity, serving approximately 65,000 households. It is the second phase of Doral’s Mammoth Solar project, a 1.3 GW solar farm that upon completion will be the largest solar Farm in the U.S.
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Key Stats

300
MW
3,500*
Acres
PJM
Transmission System
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Under ConstructionSolar

MAMMOTH CENTRAL SOLAR

Mammoth Central is located on 5,500* acres in Pulaski County, Indiana, in the northwestern region of PJM. The project will be a ground-mounted single axis PV system with 600 MW of solar power capacity, serving approximately 135,000 households. It is the third phase of Doral’s Mammoth Solar project, a 1.3 GW solar farm that upon completion would be the largest solar farm in the U.S.
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Key Stats

600
MW
5,500*
Acres
PJM
Transmission System
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Under ConstructionSolar

GREAT BEND SOLAR

The Great Bend Solar project is located in Meigs County, southeastern Ohio. This project is located in PJM’s transmission system. Once complete, Great Bend Solar will produce approximately 48 megawatts of clean electricity, enough to power about 9,200 households.
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Key Stats

48
MW
370*
Acres
PJM
Transmission System
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Pre ConstructionSolar

BRENNEMAN SOLAR

The Brenneman Solar project is located in the Southeastern Electric Reliability Council (SERC) energy market, one of the fastest-growing areas in the United States in terms of solar power generation potential. Once complete, the project will produce enough electricity to power approximately 17,250 households.
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Key Stats

167
MW
1,600*
Acres
SERC
Transmission System
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Advanced DevelopmentSolar

GREEN COUNTRY SOLAR

The Green Country Solar project, located in northeastern Oklahoma, will generate around 200 megawatts of clean, renewable electric power, enough to serve approximately 25,000 households.
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Key Stats

200
MW
1,745*
Acres
AECI
Transmission System
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Advanced DevelopmentSolar+Storage

COLD CREEK SOLAR+STORAGE

The Cold Creek Solar+Storage project is being developed in central Texas. Once operational, this project will generate approximately 433 megawatts of clean, renewable electric power, enough to serve approximately 47,300 households.
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Key Stats

433+340
MW Solar+MWh Storage
5,495*
Acres
ERCOT
Transmission System
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Early-Stage DevelopmentSolar

BUCKHEART SOLAR

Buckheart Solar, situated in central Illinois, is slated for an estimated generation capacity of up to 821 MW, enough to power approximately 120,000 households. With an 8,000* acre footprint, the Buckheart solar project is expected to be one of the largest projects in the U.S.
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Key Stats

821
MW
8,000*
Acres
MISO
Transmission System
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Early-Stage DevelopmentSolar

VISTA SANDS SOLAR

Vista Sands Solar Farm, near the towns of Plover and Grant in Portage County, is a transformational solar development. Taking place over 8,500* acres of private land, the nearly 1.2 gigawatt (GW) project is the largest private solar development in Wisconsin. It brings new jobs, added tax revenues, and environmental benefits for current and future generations.
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Key Stats

1,182
MW
8,500*
Acres
MISO
Transmission System
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Early-Stage DevelopmentSolar

GOONIES SOLAR

The Goonies Solar project is one of the first projects developed by Doral Renewables. It will generate approximately 194 megawatts of clean, renewable electric power, enough to serve approximately 23,000 households annually. The 1,100-acre Goonies Solar farm site, full of pesky rocks some of the farmers call “Goonies,” and has been used for agriculture despite being in a flood zone.
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Key Stats

194
MW
1,100*
Acres
PJM
Transmission System
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Early-Stage DevelopmentSolar

MACKINAW SOLAR

The Mackinaw Solar farm is developed in Tazewell County, right in the heart of Illinois. Upon completion, this project will generate 500 megawatts of clean, renewable electric power, enough to serve up to 72,500 households annually. 
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Key Stats

500
MW
3,000*
Acres
PJM
Transmission System
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Early-Stage DevelopmentSolar

AMADEUS SOLAR

The Amadeus Solar farm, located in Western Pennsylvania, will generate 36 megawatts of clean, renewable electric power, serving approximately 4,000 households. Amadeus Solar will make a substantial contribution to the state renewable energy portfolio and will enable local utilities and industries to deploy the clean energy generated.
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Key Stats

36
MW
300*
Acres
PJM
Transmission System
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Early-Stage DevelopmentSolar+Storage

BEAR OAK SOLAR+STORAGE

The Bear Oak Solar+Storage project, located in western Pennsylvania, will generate 20 megawatts of clean, renewable electric power, enough to serve almost 3,000 households annually. Bear Oak Solar will make a substantial contribution to the state renewable energy portfolio and will enable local utilities and industries to harness the clean energy generated.
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Key Stats

20+20
MW Solar+MWh Storage
200*
Acres
PJM
Transmission System
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Early-Stage DevelopmentSolar+Storage

WILLS CREEK SOLAR+STORAGE

The Wills Creek Solar+Storage farm, located in central Pennsylvania, will generate 20 megawatts of clean, renewable electric power and serve approximately 2,300 households. It will make a substantial contribution to the state renewable energy portfolio and will enable local utilities and industries to harness the clean energy generated. This solar farm will include a battery storage component to increase energy security and reliability.
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Key Stats

20+80
MW Solar+MWh Storage
300*
Acres
PJM
Transmission System
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Early-Stage DevelopmentSolar

LAMBS DRAW SOLAR

The Lambs Draw is a Solar project being developed in Kansas. This project will generate 670 megawatts of clean, renewable electric power, enough to serve around 87,000 households.
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Key Stats

670
MW
4,000*
Acres
SPP
Transmission System
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Early-Stage DevelopmentSolar

MACON COUNTY SOLAR

The Macon County Solar project is located, as evidenced by its name, in Macon County in northeastern Missouri. Once operational, this project is estimated to generate approximately 208 MW of clean energy, enough to power approximately 22,000 households. The project territory spreads across 3,500 acres.
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Key Stats

208
MW
3,500*
Acres
MISO
Transmission System
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Early-Stage DevelopmentSolar+Storage

BOTTLE CREEK SOLAR+STORAGE

The Bottle Creek Solar project, currently under development in Oklahoma, will generate approximately 1,374 megawatts of clean, renewable electric power, enough to serve around 172,000 households. This project will also have a battery storage component of approximately 800 megawatts/hour.
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Key Stats

1,374+800
MW Solar+MWh Storage
6,000*
Acres
SPP
Transmission System
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Early-Stage DevelopmentSolar

LYONIA SOLAR

The Lyonia solar farm is currently being developed in Mississippi. This project is estimated to generate approximately 94 megawatts of clean electric power, enough to serve around 10,000 households annually.
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Key Stats

94
MW
700*
Acres
MISO
Transmission System
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Early-Stage DevelopmentSolar

DEERE ACRES SOLAR

The 535-acre Deere Acres solar farm site is situated on a giant secluded farm field in the state of Delaware. This 109 megawatts project will also serve approximately 12,500 households. Even with this magnitude of a project, there are still thousands of acres of farmland in the community.
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Key Stats

109
MW
535*
Acres
PJM
Transmission System
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Early-Stage DevelopmentSolar

ROCKVILLE SOLAR

The Rockville Solar farm is a solar project developed in West Virginia. Upon completion, this project will generate approximately 48 MW of clean, renewable energy, enough to power approximately 6,200 households.
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Key Stats

48
MW
250*
Acres
PJM
Transmission System
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Early-Stage DevelopmentSolar+Storage

WOODWARD CREEK SOLAR+ STORAGE

The Woodward Creek Solar+ Storage project, located in Oklahoma, will generate 288 megawatts of clean, renewable electric power, enough to serve around 36,000 households. This project will have a battery storage component of approximately 1,000 MW/hour, which would augment energy security and reliability.
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Key Stats

288+1,000
MW Solar+MWh Storage
2,222*
Acres
SPP
Transmission System
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Early DevelopmentSolar+Storage

TENNYSON CREEK SOLAR+ STORAGE

The Tennyson Creek Solar + Storage project, currently under development in Kansas, will generate 300 megawatts of clean, renewable electric power, enough to serve around 39,000 households. The Tennyson Creek Solar + Storage project will make significant contribution to the state’s renewable portfolio standard and will enable local utilities and industries to harness the clean energy generated.
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Key Stats

300
MW (Solar)
800
MWh (Storage)
1,800*
Acres
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Early-Stage DevelopmentSolar+Storage

MAGNOLIA SOLAR+STORAGE GRAZING FARM

Magnolia Solar and Grazing Farm is a solar+ storage project located in central Kentucky. This project will generate roughly 63 MW of clean, renewable electric power. This project will have a battery storage component of approximately 60 MW/hour, which would assist augmenting energy security and reliability.
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Key Stats

63+60
MW Solar+MWh Storage
500*
Acres
PJM
Transmission System
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Early-Stage DevelopmentBattery Storage

MIDDLETOWN ENERGY STORAGE

This stand-alone storage project, located in eastern New York, represents a sizable investment in energy storage potential for New York state.  Near critical infrastructure, this project will help alleviate congestion and volatility on the grid.  Operating in NYISO markets, the project will drive economic benefits for the area and the state as whole.
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Key Stats

400
MWh (Storage)
NY-ISO
Transmission System
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Early-Stage DevelopmentBattery Storage

ATHENS ENERGY STORAGE

Located in eastern New York, Athens Energy Storage represents a sizable investment in energy storage potential for New York State.  Near critical infrastructure, Athens will help alleviate congestion and volatility on the grid.  Operating in NYISO markets, Athens Energy Storage will drive economic benefits for the area, and the state as whole.
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Key Stats

1200
MWh (Storage)
NYISO
Transmission System
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Early-Stage DevelopmentBattery Storage

FRENCH RIVIERA ENERGY STORAGE

French Riviera Storage is an early-stage, 150 MW/hour standalone energy storage project developed in southern Texas. This project will represent a sizable investment in energy storage potential for the Lone Star State.  French Riviera Energy Storage is within the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) grid system.
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Key Stats

150
MWh (Storage)
ERCOT
Transmission System
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Early-Stage DevelopmentBattery Storage

HIDE TOWN ENERGY STORAGE

Located in Northwest Texas, the Hide Town Energy Storage project represents a sizable investment in energy storage potential for The Lone Star State. This stand-alone project will have a storage capacity of 100 MW/200 MWh.
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Key Stats

200
MWh (Storage)
ERCOT
Transmission System
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Early-Stage DevelopmentBattery Storage

MYSTIC ENERGY STORAGE

Located in Southeastern Connecticut, Mystic Energy Storage represents a sizable investment in energy storage potential for the state. stand-alone project will have a storage capacity of 75 MW/300 MWh.
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Key Stats

300
MWh (Storage)
ISO-NE
Transmission System
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Early-Stage DevelopmentBattery Storage

ROOST ENERGY STORAGE

Located in Northwest Texas, Roost Energy Storage represents a sizable investment in energy storage potential for the State. This stand-alone project will have a storage capacity of 100 MW/200 MWh.
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Key Stats

200
MWh (Storage)
ERCOT
Transmission System
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Early-Stage DevelopmentBattery Storage

EVANS CREEK ENERGY STORAGE

Located in West Texas, Evan’s Creek Energy Storage represents a sizable investment in energy storage potential for the State. This stand-alone project will have a storage capacity of 100 MW/400 MWh.
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Key Stats

400
MWh (Storage)
ERCOT
Transmission System

*All the datapoints and text referencing acreage represents the overall land leased to Doral Renewables. On average, each project is constructed on 20% of the overall land leased to Doral Renewables by local landowners, while the remaining 80% remains green and/or used for vegetation.

*Not all of the Doral Renewables’ pipeline is showcased on this page