Solar farm projects part of a larger cooperative agreement for electric needs in Kansas

Solar arrays may crop up this year yet in more parts of Pratt County as Ninnescah Electric pursues cost-cutting alternatives for area electrical customers.


A dozen rural electric cooperatives in Kansas and the surrounding region have partnered to enter into contracts for nearly 22 MW of solar power in the state.

The project is part of a larger cooperation between the 12 electric coops and an Arkansas company named Today’s Power, Inc. The cooperatives are acting as one unit to enter a purchase power agreement for 21.7 MW of solar power reported the Pratt Tribune.

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