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Westminster Renewables

location:

Westminster, MA

size:

2,050 Kilowatts

Under Construction

Local Farmland Reinvigorated as Source of Clean Energy and Savings for MA Residents

Westminster Renewables is a 2 MW community solar project located in Westminster, MA. Half of the production from the project goes to benefit Worcester Polytechnic Institute, freeing up more dollars in their budget to provide better services to their students, faculty and staff. The remaining project production is shared among 35+ area electricity users through Nexamp’s community solar program. Most of these beneficiaries are local small businesses or non-profits who saw their participation in the program as an opportunity to reduce their electricity costs, while supporting the development of clean, renewable energy in their communities. Over the project’s lifetime, it will deliver more than $1 million in energy savings to area residents, businesses, and non-profits.

Project Benefits

Brings clean energy savings to over 35 area National Grid customers through community solar
Provides significant energy cost savings to a nearby university
Application:

Ground-mount

Annual Estimated Production:

2,545,120 Kilowatt-hours

Annual CO2 Reduction:

4,175,823 Pounds