Construction Starting Spring 2023

Expected Completion Winter 2024

The Logan County facility will look similar to Silicon Ranch’s 102.5 MWAC Bancroft Station Solar Farm in Early County, Georgia that supports Facebook’s renewable energy goals for its Newton Data Center.

About The Logan County Solar Project

Through the Tennessee Valley Authority’s nationally recognized Green Invest program, renewable energy continues to expand through the largest solar-plus-storage project in TVA’s Kentucky service area—the Logan County Solar Project.

The Logan County-based solar project will provide Facebook’s regional data center operations with 145 megawatts of solar power and General Motors’ Bowling Green Assembly, exclusive home of the Chevrolet Corvette, with 28 megawatts of solar power.

Facebook’s investment helped enable the addition of 120 megawatt-hours of new battery storage technology that will increase the resilience of the power grid. TVA and Warren Rural Electric Cooperative Corporation are partnering with Nashville-based Silicon Ranch to develop the project.

Since 2018, Green Invest has attracted nearly $2.7 billion in solar investment and procured over 2,100 megawatts of solar on behalf of its customers—maintaining TVA’s green energy leadership with the greatest amount of renewable generation in the Southeast.

Logan County Solar Overview

Project Size

173 MW

Solar Modules


Site Footprint

~1,100 acres

Power Equivalent

~25k homes

Project Summary

Q4 2020
TVA Awarded Project

Q1 2021 – Q1 2023
Environmental Reviews
and Permitting

Q1 2023 – Q4 2024
Construction of Facility

Q4 2024

Frequently Asked Questions About The Logan County Solar Project

Got questions about the Logan County Solar Project? We’ve compiled a list of common questions about the site, including project facts, maps, and more.

What Are Some of the Benefits of This Project For the Local Community?

Silicon Ranch will invest more than $200 million to build the Logan County Solar Project, creating more than 450 construction jobs and supporting additional jobs through indirect and induced impacts during the construction phase alone. Once operational, the project will yield significant new tax revenues for the local government and school system, while requiring little to no county services in return. As part of TVA’s Green Invest program, the project further supports economic development for the region by helping to meet the goals of large employers in the Tennessee Valley.

Learn more about the benefits that the Logan County Solar Project brings to the community.

News & Updates About the Logan County Solar Project

See the latest news and updates surrounding the Logan County solar project, including local and regional articles, public hearings, and more.