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Fairview Farms in Whately, Massachusetts, is a 100-acre multi-generational family farm with large greenhouse complexes and planted fields. The farm’s owners met a Nexamp developer at a solar project ribbon-cutting at a local farmers’ co-op and became interested in leasing a portion of their underutilized land to host a solar project. Nexamp completed the 2.4 MW PV installation in June 2014.
Massachusetts-based solar project developer Nexamp Inc. has teamed up with Mohegan Council, Boy Scouts of America Inc. for a 6 MW solar facility at the Treasure Valley Scout Reservation in Rutland, Mass.
Over and above its notable size, the Treasure Valley solar plant represents an innovative partnership of public, private and nonprofit interests coming together for the mutual benefit of the participating organizations and the surrounding community.
The firm announced its acquisition of a 4.4-megawatt portfolio of 11 Massachusetts solar projects from Broadway Renewable Strategies — collectively enough panels to power 650 homes in one year.
BOSTON, MA--(Marketwired - Aug 19, 2014) - Nexamp, a leading solar solutions provider, announced today its acquisition of a 4.4 megawatt (MW) portfolio of solar projects operating in Massachusetts from Broadway Renewable Strategies. The projects produce enough energy to power 650 homes a year.
The Town of Westford is about to see the benefits of a net metering agreement tied to a new 3.2 megawatt solar farm built by Nexamp in Hubbardston, just south of Gardner.
Boston, Mass. – Solar Power World talked with Zaid Ashai, CEO of Nexamp. This is what we learned.
Nexamp was named the No. 1 Solar Contractor in Massachusetts by Solar Power World. The annual ranking of the top solar contractors also cited the Company as the No. 4 Developer and No. 10 Commercial Solar Contractor nationwide. The companies on the list are recognized for their ability to influence the market and advance the solar industry.
Nexamp, a leading Massachusetts-based solar solutions provider, and NuGen Capital Management, a private equity firm investing in renewable energy and real estate, today marked the first month of operation of its 2.4-MW solar facility at Fairview Farms in Whately, Massachusetts. The project will provide a consistent source of income to the multi-generational family farm that hosts the array as well as substantial energy savings for the University of Massachusetts Amherst.