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Sun's Up,
Madison County

Oak Run Solar Project

Savion, through Oak Run Solar Project, LLC, is developing a large solar project in Madison County, Ohio, north of London near Plumwood.

This project has the potential to generate up to 800 MW of clean electricity. With this scale comes the potential for extensive economic benefits to the host townships, school districts, and Madison County:


  • Tens of millions of dollars in new local earnings during construction and millions of dollars in new local long-term earnings in Madison County.

  • Several hundred new Madison County construction jobs during the 4 to 8 year construction phase.

  • Dozens of new long-term jobs in Madison County during the project’s operating phase.


Project Information

The project location in Madison County, Ohio was selected because it provides suitable land area where large-scale solar development is possible as well as environmentally compatible with the surrounding vicinity. Solar power facilities are strategically located near transmission infrastructure with the capacity to deliver the project's energy to regional customers. Once operational, the solar project will be a quiet revenue generator that benefits the entire community over decades through a robust local green energy economy.

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Oak Run Solar Project is located in Madison County, Ohio, north of London near Plumwood.

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This project has the potential to generate up to 800 MW of clean electricity, enough to power approximately 170,000 Ohio households.

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Oak Run Solar Project will serve the PJM power grid by interconnecting to the 765 kV line located within the project site.


Benefits of a Solar Project

A solar project provides a healthy, productive economic development opportunity for local land to harvest a stable cash crop–the sun. Benefits include positive impacts to the local economy through new tax revenue to local governments and school districts. Local businesses experience increased sales (e.g., hotels, goods & services, community restaurants, construction materials) and new jobs are created to support the project during construction and operation.  


In addition to being safe and compatible with agricultural and rural residential uses, solar energy facilities exist in harmony with wildlife and the environment. They make good neighbors because they operate almost silently without producing odor or byproducts; or attracting additional traffic.


In the bigger picture, solar energy projects provide an abundant, earth-friendly, sustainable power resource to help stabilize electricity costs. These amazing systems lessen carbon emissions and contribute to the diversification of the nation’s electricity grid.


Meet Our Team

As development advances, frequent and transparent information and education will be provided about solar energy and the project. This will include various platforms and opportunities to connect with the project team for feedback, details, and answers to questions.

We would appreciate any recommendations about landowners and other potential stakeholders to whom we should be reaching out.


If you have questions, please email or complete the contact us form at the bottom of this page.


Development Director

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Head of Farm Operations & Agrivoltaics


Senior Director

Permitting & Environmental

Our Team

Project News & Updates

Public Hearing

April 11, 2023

Begins at 2 PM

Join the cause and let's make history together! Click here for event details.

Solar Symposium

London Elementary School Cafeteria

Nov. 2, 2022

5:30-8 p.m.

Discussion with subject matter experts on utility-scale solar energy development in Madison County

Click HERE for Event Details, Event Recording, Answers to Submitted Questions


Public Information Meeting

Monroe Elementary

Aug. 2, 2022

4:30-7 p.m.

Click HERE for details


Public Information Meeting

Monroe Elementary

June 22, 2022

4:30-7 p.m.

Click HERE for details


Shine On Madison County Holiday Gathering

Monroe Elementary

Dec. 9, 2021

5:30-7:30 p.m.

Click HERE for details


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