Cornflower Solar Project

Alamosa County, Colorado

Project Overview

Korsail Energy is proposing to develop a solar facility coupled with a battery storage project in Alamosa County, Colorado. The facility will contribute to the future of energy independence, generating clean and affordable electricity for customers. Development and construction will boost the local economy through new tax revenue and jobs, all while minimizing impact on existing land.

135 Megawatt (MW) solar facility and 72 MW storage project

790 acres of land in Alamosa County

Enough energy to power 24,000 homes annually

Project Area

Project Facts

Point of Interconnection

The Point of Interconnection will be to the Alamosa Terminal, Blanca Peak 115 kV transmission line, that abuts the north side of the project.

Land Use

The Project will be developed on leased private lands and there is no intention to expand the project in future phases.

Project Lifespan

The Project lifespan is 50 years, after which the land will be reclaimed and restored to historical uses.

Job Creation

Approximately 300 jobs will be created during construction, with 2-3 being permanent during operation.

Project Schedule and Milestones

Community Engagement

Korsail Energy is committed to connecting with the Alamosa County community in a positive and long-lasting way. We understand the importance of engaging with local partners and members of the community as we work to create benefits that uplift all.

Throughout the lifespan of the project, we collaborate with leaders from government, education, and the community, along with residents and landowners to ensure no perspective is left out.

Together with stakeholders, we will continuously identify opportunities to engage with the community as we work together to create energy independence.

Who We Are

Korsail Energy develops innovative, community oriented renewable energy projects from start to finish. Korsail relies on deep industry knowledge and experience to create best in class projects and provide carbon-free energy to rural communities across the country.

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