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SunEdison Completes 2.5 Megawatt System For Cecil County School Of Technology
04/02/2015  |  

BELMONT, Calif. – April. 2, 2015 – SunEdison, Inc. (NYSE:SUNE), the world’s largest renewable energy development company, today announced the completion of a 2.5 megawatt solar energy system that will supply electricity to the Cecil County School of Technology via a 20 year power purchase agreement. These projects were on the TerraForm Power call right list and have been acquired and are now owned by TerraForm Power, Inc. (Nasdaq: TERP), a global owner and operator of clean energy power plants.


 

Pocomoke City Goes Solar With 2.1 Megawatt System From SunEdison
04/02/2015  |  

BELMONT, Calif. – April. 2, 2015 – SunEdison, Inc. (NYSE:SUNE), the world’s largest renewable energy development company, today announced the completion of a 2.1 megawatt solar energy system that will supply electricity to Pocomoke City’s wastewater treatment plant via a 20 year power purchase agreement. These projects were on the TerraForm Power call right list and have been acquired and are now owned by TerraForm Power, Inc. (Nasdaq: TERP), a global owner and operator of clean energy power plants.


 

Connecticut Town Opts For Novel Finance Plan To Build 3.6 MW Municipal Project
03/10/2015  |  

Maryland-based Standard Solar Inc. will design and install a 3.6 MW solar power system for the Town of Stafford, Conn., as part of a program to make the town's municipal load completely satisfied by renewable energy.


 

Stafford Installing 3.6 MW of Solar
03/10/2015  |  

The town of Stafford, CT has teamed up with Standard Solar to install 3.6 MW of solar on the town's landfill and at the local middle school.


 

Standard Solar to Install 3.6MW Solar System for Town of Stafford, Connecticut; Town Takes Leadership Role in Northeast through Innovative Municipal Solar Financing Approach
03/09/2015  |  

Standard Solar, Inc., a leader in the full-service development, construction, integration, financing and installation of solar electric systems, today announced it will design and install a 3.6 Megawatt (MW) solar system for the Town of Stafford, Conn. The project will feature three arrays: two located at Stafford Middle School (1.3MW each) and a 954 kW array at the Town’s landfill. Comprised of 11,780 panels, the virtual net-metered system will offset all of the school’s electrical usage and most of the Town’s other municipal buildings.


 

 

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