Community Benefits


The proposed Taelor Solar Project will provide significant long-term local and state tax revenue, good-paying jobs, and guaranteed cash flow into the local school system and municipalities for decades to come.
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Local Economic Benefits

Morgan County economic benefits

This includes approximately:
Property Tax Payments
"9.8M RE 50-J Wiggins General""5.9M RE 50-J Wiggins Bond""$2.8M Wiggins Rural Fire District""7.8M to the County General Fund""$3M Road and Bridge Fund""$800k Social Services Fund""180.8K Wiggins Pest Control""$9.2K N Kiowa Bijou Management District"Morgan county economic benefit info
Direct/Indirect Economic Impact from Construction and Operations
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Wiggins School District

Weld County parcels paying property taxes into the Wiggins School District, an additional $32.5M of revenue is expected to the RE 50-J Wiggins School District account.

Weld County economic benefits

This includes approximately:
Property Tax Payments
"$32.5M to the RE 50-k Wiggins School District""$8.5m to SE Weld County Fire District""$12.4M to Weld County""$2.6M to the High Plains Library""$884K+ to Central Colorado Water"Weld county economic benefit info
Direct/Indirect Economic Impact from Construction and Operations

Invested in the community

Taelor Solar Project is proud to have been engaged with the Morgan County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC) since 2022. Members of our team joined the Board of MCEDC to support the advancement of workforce development throughout Morgan County and the region.
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Job training

Our team is excited by the opportunity to engage with Morgan Community College and Northeast Junior College to create training for jobs in the industry.

Job creation

Hiring for the project will be broken into two key phases — construction and operations.


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Local partnerships

To demonstrate our commitment to the community, we aim to work with Colorado-based EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) providers. We are also committed to hiring qualified local workers from civil, electrical and mechanical trades.
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Additional community benefits

  • New business for local material and equipment suppliers
  • New business for restaurants and other local services
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The Taelor Solar Project team members — many of whom are based in Colorado — are committed to responsible development, including:

  • Conducting comprehensive environmental studies
  • Ensuring minimal impact on the natural landscape
  • Implementing a vegetation management plan that utilizes re-seeding with native grasses.

We are engaging with community and local neighbors to discuss the benefits of the project, listen to concerns, and collaboratively develop solutions that will address community and county feedback, resulting in a project we can all be proud of. We are committed to transparent and open communication for the long-term to ensure all questions and concerns are addressed in a timely manner throughout development and construction.

Our good faith engagement with neighbors and community members began in 2022 and continues to this day.

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