At the time of completion, this Solar Farm was the largest solar project in Pennsylvania. The system will generate over 7 million kilowatt hours per year, which is equivalent to the annual energy consumption of 950 homes.
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SAS Institute, Inc., the world leader in business analytics software and services, is the largest vendor in the business intelligence market. SAS is fully committed to sustainability with an existing megawatt solar electric array at their Cary, NC headquarters. They reaffirmed their commitment to sustainable practices with the addition of SAS Solar Farm 2, a 1.2 MW PV project that creates enough power for more than 700 homes.
Worcester State College (WSC) has joined the green revolution. WSC has a commitment to sustainability and has incorporated many upgrades and improvements into their overall sustainability plan, including the purchase of a biodiesel processor, conservation efforts and increased recycling. Another part of their plan, was installing a 105.3 kW solar array on their Learning Resource Center which was funded by IRS Clean Renewable Energy Bonds and a grant from the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative. The photovoltaic array will generate over 140,000 kW hours of electricity a
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (GMCR) is helping to keep the Green Mountains green with a
This project truly exemplifies groSolar’s ability to maximize available space for solar PV placement, using various locations on a single site. This project consists of four separate PV arrays on a corporate campus owned and utilized by a pharmaceutical company, including 925 kW and
Soquel High School, a public high school serving 1200 students in Soquel, CA, had two main motivations for using the sun for electricity. First, financial incentives in California allowed the school to save money immediately. Second, going green was in line with the mission of the school to encourage students to responsibly contribute to society. The school set an example of social responsibility and was able to show the economic and environmental impacts of solar power.
groSolar provided EPC services for this solar PV project for the Burlington, Vermont School District. The system was paid for largely in part by grants from Vermont’s Renewable Energy Resource Center and Federal Treasury Grant 1603. The investment will produce enough solar electricity in the first five years of operation to pay for itself and was built through by way of a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA). Burlington schools will purchase the solar electricity generated by the system,
but the system itself is owned by third party developer, Encore Redevelopment.
The Vermont Air National Guard (VTANG) will harness the sun’s energy to power the Air National Guard F-16 Squadron Fighter Wing in South Burlington, Vermont, cutting the facility’s electricity usage by 40%, an annual savings of $225,000.
This solar PV project, constructed at Camden County Municipal Utility Authority’s (CCMUA) wastewater treatment plant by groSolar above open wastewater treatment tanks, presented one of the most complicated application types to date in the solar PV industry. The number of EPC firms vying for this project was very limited, given the challenges and sensitivity of this particular site. groSolar was able to complete this project without interfering with normal plant operations.
Clean Harbors Environmental Services (NYSE: CLH) chose to install a solar power system at its Bridgeport, NJ, facility to offset more than 90% of the facility’s annual electric bill. Prior to the installation, the facility’s annual electric bill was $250,000.
Most of the facility’s electricity is used to run pump and treatment equipment to pump contaminated ground water, treat it and then discharge it into the Raccoon Creek. The 6,500+ PV modules sit on top of a capped landfill, which was thought to have no development potential.
Longwood Gardens of Kennett Square, PA has made an institutional commitment to install