Nexamp, Inc., along with the Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce, is hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday, Oct. 29 to celebrate the completion of Nexamp’s first community solar project in New York. The event will be held on Millard Hill Road near the intersection of Puhalka Road in Newfield at 1 p.m. and will be followed by a tour of the solar farm.
Nexamp, Inc. today announced its first community solar project in Maryland. The Kent Island solar project is located off Woods Road in Chester and will serve residents throughout the Delmarva Power utility territory. Construction of the 2 MW solar array is set to begin in October, with full commercial operation in the spring of 2019. This project has limited space, so interested residents should sign up now to reserve a portion of the community solar project.
Diamond Generating Corporation (“DGC”), a leading independent power producer and wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corporation, has announced substantial investments into two Boston-based firms and the opening of a corporate office to complement the growth of its distributed energy platform. DGC completed the acquisition of Boston Energy Trading and Marketing LLC (“BETM”), a prominent energy trading & marketing firm, from NRG Energy, Inc on Aug. 1, 2018. Under one week later, DGC acquired a controlling stake in Nexamp, Inc., a leading clean energy and community solar provider, following an initial successful investment into the company in 2016.
Nexamp today announced the operation of a 2.6 megawatt community solar project in Charlton, Mass., the fourth of its kind in the Worcester County community. Having completed construction at the end of 2017, the 8,100-panel facility was recently approved for operations by the local utility, and has begun generating renewable energy and savings for local partners.
Nexamp today announced the completion of its latest community shared solar array, a 2.6 megawatt (MW) project in Monson, Massachusetts. Monson Solar will generate approximately 3,397,200 kilowatt-hours of clean, renewable energy in its first year of operation, enough to power nearly 400 homes and offset over 2,500 metric tons of carbon dioxide generated from traditional energy sources.
Nexamp today announced the expansion of its Solarize My Bill™ community solar program into the state of New York. Through the program, residents, small businesses, and non-profits across the Empire State will be eligible to benefit from reduced energy costs by subscribing to a share of one of Nexamp’s many local solar projects.
Nexamp, Inc. celebrated the completion of its newest community solar project, a 700 kilowatt (kW) facility located in Fitchburg, Massachusetts. It is the first community solar project to serve Unitil customers in Massachusetts and will provide local residents and small businesses with access to the benefits of solar energy for the first time.