Stafford Hill Solar Project
groSolar is especially proud of its Stafford Hill Solar Project located in Rutland City, Vermont. In partnership with Green Mountain Power, groSolar developed, engineered, and constructed this capped landfill project which also includes a battery storage component. The project was designed to optimize solar power generation during Green Mountain Power's peak electrical demand times. Recently, this project saved Green Mountain Power rate payers $200,000 in one hour! Innovative projects like the Stafford Hill Solar project can generate renewable energy, store it in a collaborative battery system, and dispatch power when it's needed the most.
Marion County Landfill Project
This project combined two environmentally-sensitive sites in order to generate over 7 MW of power. This innovative project relied on all of groSolar's strengths, but particularly its ability to collaborate effectively. Given the site's location adjacent to a waterway and its previous use has a landfil, groSolar collaborated the project's design with Citizens Energy, Indianapolis Power and Light, and the Indiana Department of Environmental Management. The result was a project that removed over 7000 tons of CO2 from the environment each year of operation.