Total capacity added 60 MW, enough solar energy to power the equivalent of 9,800 homes
Total area dedicated to biodiversity over 280 acres
Eden Renewables, a developer of pollinator-friendly community solar farms, is pleased to announce that construction has commenced on 8 new solar farms developed […]
Starlake Lane solar array. Photo courtesy of Norwich Solar Technologies.
Norwich Solar Technologies (NST) recently built a solar installation to provide renewable electricity at reduced prices to sixteen customers, including fourteen single-family homeowners on Starlake Lane in Norwich, Vermont. The system was built on land owned by Twin Pines […]
City dwellers may laugh at the idea of putting solar on their roofs, but there’s an alternative: community solar.
A 375kW community solar installation atop a warehouse in Bronx, NY. Photo by Travis Tench.
This arrangement goes by many names, including shared solar, community shared solar, and community distributed generation (CDG), […]
The first Multi-Use Community Solar in the State Goes Live
Thetford Strafford Community Solar array. September 11, 2018. Photos courtesy of Nancy Rae Mallery.
The Thetford Strafford Community Solar (TSCS) farm, in Thetford, Vermont, is now operational. Unlike the state’s earlier community solar installations, the TSCS farm has a […]
NH Solar Shares is a partnership between the Plymouth Area Renewable Energy Initiative and the NH Electric Cooperative to install community solar systems to benefit low-income families. Each array will be inspired by a task force of local volunteers and be built using funds from grants, crowd funding, individual donors, fundraisers and the state’s solar […]
More than three dozen residents come together and participate in new clean, affordable solar power project in Southern Tier Region Complements Governor’ Cuomo’s Reforming the Energy Vision Strategy to Lead on Climate Change and Grow New York’s Economy The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) today announced the completion of New […]
NYSERDA invites local governments, school districts, and other community partners to participate in the third round of Community Solar NY, an effort to make solar easier and more affordable through community-driven initiatives. Applications to participate in the third round of Community Solar close on November 3, 2016 at 5pm. Participating Solarize campaigns are expected […]
Brian J. Beaudoin, P.E., Project Director, Sanborn Head. Photo Credit: Mike Sears Photography
By GET Staff
Brian J. Beaudoin, P.E., is the Project Director at Sanborn Head & Associates, Inc., which provided engineering support at the Stafford Hill Solar Farm at the closed Rutland City landfill. We had the good fortune […]
IRS Rules Favorably on Owner’s Eligibility for Federal Tax Credit for a Community-Shared Solar Project IRS Ruling Has Implications for Community-Shared Solar Projects
Montpelier, VT — The IRS has ruled that an owner of photovoltaic panels in an offsite, community-shared solar array is eligible to take advantage of one of the primary incentives offered […]
By Wyldon King Fishman
If you live or work in New York, a shady location can mean summertime temperatures are a little cooler around your home or business. Shade is a wonderful thing, even if it’s only an awning. But as you know, you can’t use solar modules without sun. Even a little shade may […]