Gibson County Grows with Solar

The construction of the Gibson Solar Project is not funded by taxpayers, but by private companies making investments in solar energy.  The project will deliver more than $249 million in capital investment, and $50 million in additional property tax payments to the county over its lifetime.

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Millions of dollars in benefits from less than 1% of county farmland

The Gibson Solar Project delivers big investment and economic growth to the county:

  • $249 million in capital investment

  • $50 million in property taxes to the county over its lifetime. Money that can be used: 

    • To invest in schools

    • Upgrade infrastructure

    • Provide broadband internet

    • Support first responders

    • And much more

Join us at the Gibson County Council meeting on Tuesday, March 30

6:00 p.m. Central Time:  Meet in parking lot

6:30 p.m. CT:  Meeting Begins

Toyota Event Center

Gibson County Fairgrounds

709 N. Embree St.

Princeton, IN

Rural economic development experts from across the state support new solar projects.


They create local jobs, make investments directly into our rural communities and help protect our agricultural heritage and preserve farmland.

Rural Community Renewable Benefits

Rural Community Renewable Benefits

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Farmer Bill Schroeder on the benefits a renewable energy project brought to his community.