Community-Focused Renewable Energy Development
Ranger Power is a renewable energy development company. Led by an experienced team of veteran developers and environmental, legal, and interconnection professionals, the Ranger Power team has successfully developed renewable energy projects throughout the United States. Ranger Power brings new utility-scale renewable energy projects and investment to various communities around the country. Ranger Power believes in working closely with local communities to develop projects in a collaborative manner.
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Paul Harris– CEO Ranger Power
Since its inception, Ranger Power has been a company invested in diversity of both people and ideas—constantly working toward a more inclusive, equitable, and sustainable energy future for everyone.
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State Senator, District 27, State of Nebraska
Ranger Power is a large economic boost for Shelby County. It not only adds to our tax base, but it continues to diversify our industry mix outside of existing automotive manufacturing.
Executive Director of Shelby County Development Corp.
Today's announcement shows that solar power has become a cost-effective resource for Wisconsin's major power providers such as Dairyland Power. By committing to this solar project which will be built right here in Wisconsin, Dairyland will meet its goals of a safe, reliable, affordable, and increasingly sustainable and diversified energy supply. We congratulate Dairyland Power Cooperative and Ranger Power on this historic announcement!
Executive Director, RENEW Wisconsin
At a time when the agricultural economy faces uncertainty with tariffs, low commodity prices and disruption in traditional markets, solar energy provides steady income for farmers while allowing them to maintain their farming heritage and land ownership. Solar energy is like harvesting the sun for energy, and is really no different than planting and harvesting traditional crops. Solar panels do not take land out of agricultural production forever, and once a solar project no longer produces energy, the panels can be removed and the land returns to use for growing crops.
President, Michigan Agri-Business Association
As renewable energy initiatives continually restructure the global marketplace toward sustainability, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness, I believe that Nebraska must take part in this movement and play a bigger role in advanced energy generation. Ranger Power's operations should be welcomed in our state for this reason, as the firm has an extensive track record in developing successful solar projects; all the while, Ranger Power is consistently known for taking a respectful and transparent approach in working with local communities and responding to their unique questions and concerns -Ranger Power's work on the Salt Creek Project thus far is a testament to their sterling reputation.