Scout Clean Energy has announced the acquisition of Azimuth Renewables, LLC’s Stockton Lake Solar Farm LLC. Azimuth will continue to be an active participant in the site’s growth as part of the development services agreement. The present development plan calls for the 112MWdc solar farm to be built on ranch land in Polk County.
Scout will buy equipment, construct, and run the solar facility once development is complete.“In the United States, and notably in Missouri, renewable energy is gaining popularity. We’re excited to expand our increasing renewable energy footprint into Missouri with the development, building, and management of the Stockton Lake Solar Farm, which will provide solar energy to a large number of Missouri residents Clean Energy’s CEO and founder, Michael Rucker, stated.”
The AECI Interconnection Agreement, which is set to be signed in the first quarter of 2022, currently lists Stockton Lake as an active request.”The Stockton Lake project is the collaboration between Azimuth Renewables and Clean Energy. Scout is an excellent partner for this project, and we look forward to collaborating with them to make it a success “Azimuth Renewable, LLC’s CEO, David Bunge, stated.
The solar project will be built in Eudora, Missouri, and commercial operations are expected to commence in 2025.”Scout aims to invest more than $120 million in the project’s operations and development phases, which will sustain a lot of new employment in the current operations phase. This project’s renewable energy will assist illustrate how Scout can deliver the various benefits of solar energy to southwest Missouri “Rucker said.