Clarksville Solar Array

Clarksville Light and Water

6.5MWp Solar Array

Clarksville, AR

In December 2017, Scenic Hill Solar completed construction on a 6.5 megawatt solar power plant in Clarksville, Arkansas. The solar power plant is the largest solar power plant for a municipal utility in Arkansas, and supplies about 25% of the utility’s residential load. Over 30 years the power plant will produce over 306,000,000 kWh. The environmental impact is equivalent to:

  • Removing over 540,000,000 miles driven by an average passenger vehicle
  • Planting over 5.7 million trees

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North Little Rock Solor Array

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Energy Month to Date

166,054 kWh

Energy Year to Date

896 MWh

Energy Lifetime

4,711 MWh


1.2MWp Solar Array

North Little Rock, AR

In March, the Scenic Hill Solar team completed the state of Arkansas’ third largest solar array in North Little Rock. This project was the result of a tremendous partnership between Scenic Hill Solar and L'Oréal USA. The solar power plant showcases L'Oréal’s continued commitment to advancing sustainable practices, as the solar power plant will reduce carbon emissions by 42,130 metric tons.

This is equivalent to:

  • 103,260,109 miles driven by an average passenger vehicle
  • planting 1,091,850 trees
  • 6,314 homes electricity use for one year
  • 14,679 tons recycled instead of landfilled

The project was constructed in 49 days, which was 3 months ahead of schedule.

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Florence Solar Array


1.42MWp Solar Array

Florence, KY

In July, construction of the 1.42 megawatt solar array in Kentucky for a L'Oréal manufacturing facility was completed. This is the largest solar power plant in the state of Kentucky, and represents a major victory for L'Oréal, Scenic Hill, and the state of Kentucky.

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