Land under and around solar arrays can be planted with pollinator-friendly vegetation, benefiting agriculture and bees, and potentially increasing the efficiency of solar panels. Produced by Professor Brock Harpur (Entomology), the Indiana Solar Site Pollinator Habitat Planning Scorecard is an industry- and stakeholder-driven tool for solar developers to determine if their solar site is pollinator-friendly. Pollinator-friendly seed mixes and designs are becoming the norm in solar development. The public likes them, they benefit the surrounding environment, and they provide long-term cost savings in operations and maintenance for solar developers. One major challenge is ensuring that the site plans put forward (by developers or the site planners they employ) meet some minimum criteria for being pollinator-friendly. The scorecard provides a means for them to make that assessment.