Public Meeting For New Turkey Creek Solar Project in Pueblo County

Solar energy will serve Southern Colorado

PUEBLO, COLORADO, May 4, 2021 – Southern Colorado’s renewable energy economy continues to grow. Residents and stakeholders can learn more about the proposed Turkey Creek Solar Project by attending a virtual neighborhood meeting. The meeting will be held on May 6th from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Mountain Daylight Time via Zoom. To pre-register go to More information about the project is available at

This virtual event will explain the proposed project, schedule, siting considerations, permitting process, and project benefits. Comments and questions during the meeting or afterward to are encouraged.

The proposed facility, if approved by the Pueblo County Board of Commissioners, will be located 1 mile east of the Pueblo / Fremont County border near Highway 50 and will span between 1,200 and 1,400 acres. The final location and layout will be determined through conversations with neighbors, interested parties, state agencies, and Pueblo County’s permitting process.

174 Power Global is a leading photovoltaic solar and energy storage developer. Through its subsidiary, TC Colorado Solar, LLC, 174 Power Global is working with landowners, community stakeholders, and Pueblo County throughout permitting process of the Turkey Creek Solar facility. When complete, Turkey Creek Solar will deliver low cost, clean power to the local electrical grid equivalent to the needs of nearly 46,000 homes.

If you missed the Turkey Creek Public Meeting, you can view it here.

About 174 Power Global

174 Power Global is headquartered in Irvine, Calif., and is a leading solar energy company that is wholly owned by the Hanwha Group. With deep expertise across the full spectrum of the project development cycle, 174 Power Global works closely with landowners, local communities, financial investors and other partners to build highly productive, utility scale solar power plants throughout North America. Since its formation in 2017, 174 Power Global has signed nearly two gigawatts of power purchase agreements and has built an extensive project development pipeline. The Company was ranked as the 2018 #1 solar project development company in the United States by Wood Mackenzie. 174 Power Global’s name was inspired by the 174 petawatts of power the earth receives from the sun per day. For more information, visit:

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