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Peninsula-200x150North and South Peninsula (Solar): Wilmington, Delaware
North and South Peninsula is a 1,950 kW DC fixed-tilt, ground mounted, solar project located in Wilmington, Delaware. The project went into commercial operation in November 2013 under the State’s Solar Renewable Energy Credit (SREC) Program. The project is spilt into two equivalent arrays of 975 kW DC each and was constructed on a seven acre, privately-owned, industrial brownfield using ballasted foundations. The project sells energy and SRECs to Delmarva Power & Light (Delmarva) under separate long term contracts.

 

DuPont-Reg-200x150DuPont (Solar): Newport, Delaware
DuPont is a 550 kW DC fixed-tilt, ground mounted, solar project in Newport, Delaware, which started commercial operation in December 2013 under the DE SREC program. It is located on a former EPA superfund site, leased from DuPont, and uses ballasted foundations and above ground wiring that do not disturb the landfill cap. Similarly, the DuPont project sells energy and SRECs to Delmarva under long term agreements.

Vulcraft (Solar): Chemung, New YorkVulcraft-200x150
Vulcraft is a 2.2 MW DC solar photovoltaic project located on the roof of a Nucor Vulcraft Steel building in Chemung, New York. It went into commercial operation in November, 2013. The project was awarded a grant under the NY-Sun Competitive PV Program administered by NYSERDA and sells electricity to Vulcraft.

 

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Stanton Landfill Solar: Orlando, Florida               Station Landfill Solar is a 6,500 kW landfill solar project to be located on the property of the Orlando Utilities Commission’s (OUC) Stanton Power Station in Orlando, Florida. The Stanton Station is an existing power station with a 1,000 MW coal-fired power plant and a 1,000 MW natural gas-fired power plant. The project will be installed on a capped ash landfill using ballasted foundations. The Project will sell energy under a long-term power purchase agreement with OUC. The Projects is under construction and expected to enter commercial operation in Q3, 2017.

 

Stanton A Solar: Orlando, Florida                                                       Stanton                         Stanton A Solar is a 6,000 kW ground mounted solar project also located on the property of the OUC’s Stanton Power Station in Orlando, Florida. Stanton A will be installed on a parcel of land adjacent to the Station’s coal storage pile.  The project will also sell energy under a long-term power purchase agreement with OUC. The Project is in construction and expected to enter commercial operation in Q3, 2017.

 

 

Walpole (Solar): Walpole, MassachusettsLorusso-200x150
Walpole is a 3 MW DC fixed-tilt, ground mount, solar photovoltaic project located in Walpole, Massachusetts, which started commercial operation in June, 2014. The project qualified for the MA Solar Carve-Out I Program and sells clean energy to a privately held, Fortune 500 company under the MA net metering program.

 

 

Gardner-150x200Gardner West (Solar): Gardner, Massachusetts
The Gardner West is a 2.5 MW DC fixed-tilt, ground mounted, solar project in Gardner, Massachusetts. The project started commercial operation in June, 2014 and qualified for the MA Solar Carve-Out I Program. The City of Gardner benefits through land lease fees, property taxes, and lower cost, clean energy under the MA net metering program.

 

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Coventry (Solar): Coventry, Vermont

Coventry is a 2.7 MW DC solar, feed-in tariff project in Coventry, Vermont adjacent to the State’s only active landfill. The project sells clean energy to VT investor owned utilities under the Sustainably Priced Energy Enterprise Development (SPEED) Program.

 

 

 

Elizabeth Mine Solar; Stafford, Vermont Elizabeth Mines
Elizabeth Mine Solar is a 7,000 kW solar project in Stafford, Vermont. The fixed tilt system will be located on a former EPA superfund site using ballasted foundations.  It will sell energy under a long term power purchase agreement with Green Mountain Power. The project is in construction and expected to enter commercial operation in Q4, 2017.

 

 

Braley Road 4 (Solar): Freetown, MassachusettsBraley-200x150
Braley Road 4 is a 1.2 MW DC ground mount, solar project located in Carver, Massachusetts. The project qualified for the MA Solar Carve-Out I Program and sells clean energy to the Town of Westport under the MA net metering program. The project went into commercial operation in March of 2015.

 

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAMcNeil (Solar): Carver, Massachusetts
McNeil is a 1 MW DC fixed-tilt, photovoltaic project in Freetown, Massachusetts. The project qualified for the MA Solar Carve-Out I Program and sells clean energy to the Town of Westport under a long term contract. The project went into commercial operation in August, 2014.

 

 

Lorusso3-200x150Berkley (Solar): Berkley, Massachusetts
Berkley is a 3.5 MW DC fixed-tilt, ground mounted solar photovoltaic project in Berkley, Massachusetts, which started commercial operation in July, 2014. The project qualified for the MA Solar Carve-Out I Program and sells clean energy under a wholesale, power purchase agreement to a municipal utility, the Taunton Municipal Light Plant.

 

DuPont-Reg2-200x150Duplin Solar I: Kenansville, North Carolina
Duplin is a 5.8 MW DC ground mounted solar project in Kenansville, NC. The project went into commercial operation in July, 2014 and sells energy to Duke Energy Progress under a long term power purchase agreement. It is qualified for the North Carolina Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard (RPS) to sell SRECs to Duke.

Wayne SoLorusso-200x150lar I: Mt. Olive, North Carolina
Wayne Solar I is a 6.5 MW DC ground mounted solar project in Mt. Olive, NC. The project also went into commercial operation in July, 2014, sells energy to Duke Energy Progress under a long term power purchase agreement, and sells SREC’s to Duke.

 

 

Wayne Solar II: Goldsboro, North Carolina
Wayne Solar II is 6.5 MW DC ground mounted solar project located in Goldsboro, NC. The project went into commercial operation in July, 2014 and sells clean energy under a long term PPA, and SRECs, under the RPS program, to Duke Energy Progress.

 

 

Wayne Solar III: Goldsboro, North Carolina
Wayne Solar III project is 6.5 MW DC ground mounted solar project also located in Goldsboro, NC. The project also went into commercial operation in July, 2014. It also sells clean energy and SRECs to Duke Energy Progress under long term agreements.

 

 

Interlake SolarSunrise New York Project: Seneca, New York
The Interlake Solar Project is a 2,900 kW ground-mounted solar project located in Seneca, NY.  The project will generate approximately 3.4 million kilowatt-hours per year of electricity, which will be sold to Ithaca College. The project started commercial operation in December 2016, and will provide roughly 10 percent of the College’s power needs under a 25-year virtual net metering agreement.

 

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Scotch Settlement Solar; Gouverneur, New York
Scotch Settlement Solar is a 1,400 kW solar project to be located in Gouverneur, New York. The system will sell net metering credits to the City of Utica and will receive a grant from NYSERDA under the NY-Sun Competitive PV Program.  The project is in construction and expected to enter commercial operation in Q3, 2017.

 

480 McClellan Solar: Boston Massachusetts
480 McClellan Solar is a 600 kW rooftop solar project in Boston, Massachusetts.The system was installed on a privately owned building and will sell net metering credits under a long term agreement with University of Massachusetts Boston. The project qualifies for the Massachusetts SREC II program and went into commercial operation in December 2016.

 

Buxton Road Solar: Uxbridge, Massachusetts
Buxton Road Solar is a 1,300 kW ground mounted solar project in Uxbridge, Massachusetts. The project qualifies for the Massachusetts SREC II program and started commercial operation in Q4 2016. The system is selling net metering credits to two public low income housing authorities under a long term contract.

 
resize-will-hill-i-and-willow-hill-iiWillow Hill Road Solar I, Lee, Massachusetts
Willow Hill Road Solar I is a 2,200 kW fixed-tilt, solar project in Lee, Massachusetts. The Project is located on a closed industrial landfill, using a combination of ballasted and pile foundations, and will sell net metering credits to the Towns of Lee and Lenox.  The Project qualified for the Massachusetts SREC II program and commenced commercial operation in April, 2017.

 

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Willow Hill Road Solar II, Lenox, Massachusetts
Willow Hill Road Solar II is a 540 kW ground-mounted solar project in Lenox, Massachusetts. The Project will sell net metering credits to the private, low income off taker.  The Project also qualified for the Massachusetts SREC II program and commenced commercial operation in April, 2017.

 

 
Cranberry Solar RT:resize-milddleboro-solar-project  Middleborough, Massachusetts
Middleborough Solar is a 1,480 kW rooftop solar project in Middleborough, Massachusetts. The system was installed on two privately owned buildings and will sell energy under a long term power purchase agreement with Middleborough Gas & Electric Department. The project also qualifies for the Massachusetts SREC II program and went into commercial operation in December 2016

 

Taunton Solar: Taunton, Masssachusetts
Taunton Solar is a 600 kW rooftop solar project in Taunton, Massachusetts. The system was installed on a privately owned building and will sell energy under a long term power purchase agreement with Taunton Municipal Lighting Plant. The project qualifies for the Massachusetts SREC II program and went into commercial operation in December 2016.

 

Woburn Landfill Solar: Woburn, Massachusetts resize-woburn-landfill-solar
Woburn Landfill Solar is a 3,400 kW ground mounted solar project in Woburn, Massachusetts. The system is being installed on a former municipal landfill owned by the City of Woburn and will sell net metering credits under a long term agreement with the City of Woburn. The project will qualify for the Massachusetts SREC II program and will go into commercial operation in Q1, 2017.

 

Oceanic Time Warner (Solar/Storage): Kona, HawaiiiStock_000019741909_Large (2)resize
Oceanic Time Warner operates a data center on the Big Island of Hawaii. Greenwood is developed a solar/storage project which includes a 400 kW carport, PV facility and a 800 kWh battery.  This project is expected to start construction in Q2, 2017.

 

 

The Chiriquí Hospital (Solar): Chiriquí, Panama
Chiriquí Hospital is a 1 MW DC fixed-tilt solar installation located in Chiriquí, Panama. The private hospital will be the energy offtaker and will benefit from energy savings. Part of the solar installation will be mounted on car ports.

 

tasty-choiceTasty Choice: Panama Province, Panama
The Tasty Choice project is a 360kWp, rooftop solar PV installation on top of the main production facility of Tasty Foods Industries, Inc. The project is expected to generate significant savings for Tasty Foods, which has entered into a 25-year financial lease agreement for electricity produced by the plant over the life of the contract. The project is expected to complete installation by second half of 2016.

 

Mill-Hilton-200x150Millennium Hilton (CHP): New York, New York
Greenwood Millennium Hilton is a 500 kW combined heat and power (CHP) project at the Millenium Hilton Hotel in Downtown Manhattan. The project includes of two 250kW cogeneration units project and has been operating since February, 2014 with a reliability factor of over 96 %. The project reduces energy costs, increases resiliency, and reduces greenhouse gas emissions for the hotel by over 40 % vs conventional generation.

 

Mill-Broadway-200x150Millennium Broadway (CHP): New York, New York
Greenwood Millennium Broadway is a 750 kW CHP project in New York City. The project includes three 250kW cogeneration units, two new 650 ton electric chillers, and a new boiler plant, all located at the Millennium Broadway Hotel in Times Square. The project started commercial operation in the first quarter of 2016, providing cleaner electricity and thermal energy for the hotel.

 

New Britain (CHP): New Britain, ConnecticutFuel Cell pic
New Britain is a 1.4 MW combined heat and power, fuel cell project in New Britain, Connecticut. The project consists of a FuelCell Energy Inc. DFC ™ 1500 unit, sells discounted electricity and thermal energy to Central Connecticut State University, and reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 25 % vs conventional generation.