The power project, which is owned by Silicon Ranch, will require the installation of 840 solar modules.

Phoenix Solar will provide engineering, procurement and construction services as well as long-term operations and maintenance services.

Construction on the rooftop is currently underway with completion scheduled in the second quarter of this year.

Silicon Ranch will sell the electricity to Tennessee Valley Authority and share a portion of the proceeds with Second Harvest.

Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee president and CEO Jaynee Day said the partnership provides an easy, cost-effective solution that also incorporates clean, renewable solar power.