Council officers have recommended plans to build the 19-acre solar farm on Cheshire Coppice Farm, in Bratton, Telford, should be approved at a meeting next week.
If built, thousands of panels would be installed on the land north of Rushmore Lane, which on average would be able to power 1,500 UK homes per year.
This comes after plans were submitted to the council last month to build a 23-acre solar farm south west of Muxton Grange Cottages, just off Donnington Wood roundabout, in Muxton. In the planning report, council officer Steven Drury said the 19-acre farm would be in place for 25 years.
He said: "The development will include approximately 816 arrays, with each containing 24 solar PV panels set, which will run horizontally across the site.
"Each array will rise to a maximum height of two metres above ground level. The proposal is a reversible form of development, which could be removed at the end of its 20 to 25-year life span.
"The land could then be returned to an agricultural use."
The application has received a lot of support from local organisations. However, Councillor Jacqui Seymour said despite supporting solar energy the use of agricultural land for the farm is inappropriate.
The borough council already has its own solar farm in Wheat Leasows, near Hadley – when it is fully up and running the farm will produce enough electricity to power 1,000 homes. Telford & Wrekin Council is believed to be one of the first in the country to run such a development.
The application will go to planning committee on Wednesday at The Whitehouse Hotel in Wellington at 6pm.