In 2010, Nexamp worked with Boston Community Capital to build a 200-kilowatt solar array on the rooftop of the Greater Boston Food Bank's distribution facility. The food bank, which purchases all electricity produced by the project, reduced its energy costs by $20,000 in the first year alone. Nexamp then expanded the system in 2013 to 260 kilowatts to further cut the food bank's operating expenses, enabling the non-profit food bank to devote more resources to its mission of ending hunger in the community.
Greater Boston Food Bank
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