Proudly Bringing Solar POWER to South Texas
to Fort Bend County and beyond.
Jobs. Revenues. Energy.
Our solar project will provide vital benefits to the residents and businesses of Fort Bend County – Especially vital during the COVID-19 pandemic, which has caused so many economic hardships. From jobs to tax revenues to new energy sources, Fighting Jays Solar is good for business.
Fighting Jays Solar
Good for Fort Bend County
The project will generate increased county and local tax revenues to fund critical infrastructure of Fort Bend County and other essential community services. The project is estimated to contribute with tax revenues of $43 million over the next 35 years of operation.
Good for Texas
With an estimated 1,000 people moving to Texas every day, demand on the state’s energy grid has never been greater. In fact, electricity production in the state has grown 5% over the past 5 years – even as nationwide production has fallen. Fighting Jays Solar is being constructed to help meet the increased demands on electricity.
Good for America
By diversifying its energy portfolio to include solar – one of the cleanest, most abundant, reliable and low-cost energy sources in the world – Texas is helping to reduce peak demand stress on the state’s power grid, while helping to decrease the country’s reliance on foreign sources of energy.
By supporting the Fighting Jays Solar project, you broadcast Fort Bend County’s willingness to attract new investment to the area, meanwhile you support the Nation’s transition to a brighter tomorrow without fossil fuels.
Good for Your Community
Currently, 481 employees are on Texas payroll out of which 64 is from Fort Bend County and 163 from surrounding counties. Once the project is commissioned, a minimum of 3 full time employees from the County is hired during the 35-year operations.
Creating Revenue for Local Businesses
The Fighting Jays Solar Project will generate greater economic benefits to Fort Bend County, totaling close to $8 million during the 15-month construction period through goods and services purchased locally on top of what the traveling workforce contribute in terms of food and lodging.
The Project is also reaching out to local communities to offer support though both voluntary work and economic support.