Nexamp's first community solar project was built in 2015 at Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort in Massachusetts. Spanning 12 acres near the base of the resort, Nexamp Peak was the largest community solar project in the northeast at the time of construction. Through Nexamp's Community Solar program, the project will save local residents and small businesses money on their annual electric costs. Combined with Jiminy Peak's existing 1.5-megawatt wind turbine, 75-kilowatt cogeneration unity, and extensive conservation efforts, the solar array enables the resort to offset 90% of its energy needs from local renewable resources, making it one of the greenest four-season resorts in the nation.

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Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort, 100+ Community Solar Subscribers
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