A 2.6 MW community solar project in Monson, Massachusetts, Monson Solar will generate approximately 3,397,200 kilowatt-hours of clean, renewable energy in its first year of operation, enough to power over 250 homes and offset over 2,500 metric tons of carbon dioxide that would have otherwise been emitted by traditional energy sources.
Monson Solar was installed on vacant land at Westview Farms, a sixth-generation dairy farm. With the addition of Nexamp’s community solar project on the property, the farm continues to invest in its community by providing sustainable, clean energy and cost savings to the local residents, small businesses and non-profits that are subscribed to the project through Nexamp’s Solarize My Bill™ community solar program.
Monson Solar will also provide a Worcester-based hospital well over $1 million in savings over the lifetime of the project. That means more resources available to doctors, and more dollars going to serve patients in the community.