Duke Energy is leasing ground from Crane for the solar farm that includes about 76,000 panels.
A new law means Hoosiers who install solar panels after Dec. 31 will get less credit for selling excess energy back to utility companies.
Holcomb has until next week to sign – or reject – all approved bills.
Solar power advocates say they'll ask Gov. Eric Holcomb to veto the bill.
More than 1,000 Hoosiers participate in net metering, allowing anyone to receive a credit on their utility bill for sending excess energy back to the grid.
The House passed SB 309 by a vote of 56-43, despite intense public opposition.
The system will save nearly $9,000 in energy costs each year.
The bill would slowly lower the amount Hoosiers receive for selling excess energy back to the grid.
The Solarize Bloomington initiative aims to give residents a discounted rate on purchasing solar panels.
This is the last scheduled meeting, and according to the city’s website, residents have to attend an information meeting to participate in the campaign.