Pleasantdale Road Solar


Rutland, MA


1,268 Kilowatts

Certified Wildlife


Scouting Helps Share Solar with Community

Nexamp's second project conducted in conjunction with Treasure Valley Scout Reservation, Pleasantdale Road Solar transforms an unused parcel of land abutting a cleared utility transmission plot into a community asset that brings clean energy savings to more than 60 residents, small businesses and non-profits. Nexamp partnered with the Boy Scouts of America, Mohegan Council to enroll area non-profits in Nexamp's community solar program in order to maximize the community benefit of the array.

Community solar subscribers, along with Worcester Polytechnic Institute, expect to realize more than $1 million in energy savings over the lifetime of the project, freeing up more dollars for the surrounding communities.

Project Benefits

  • Brings clean energy savings to over 60 area National Grid customers through community solar

  • Secures recurring lease revenue to support operations at Treasure Valley Scout Reservation

Energy User:

Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), 60+ Community Solar Subscribers



Annual Estimated Production:

1431000 Kilowatt-hours

Annual CO2 Reduction:

2,130,000 Pounds