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We are extremely satisfied with this new facility and how it will provide better service to our southern territory members. Having a building powered 100% with solar energy is something we’re proud of – and we couldn’t have done it without Standard Solar’s guidance every step of the way.
This project provides economic benefit to the landowner, operator and community while harnessing clean renewable energy. We have been using our own solar energy in our operation since 2014 and felt this was an excellent opportunity to diversify our income.
We are excited to pioneer these innovative solar projects through the use of Standard Solar’s Power Purchase Agreement, enabling LEUSD to reduce its carbon footprint with a zero cost to district solution and enjoy the savings on the energy procurement for the next 25 years.
We are thrilled to see the project come to fruition, despite numerous permitting and interconnection challenges, and begin conveying benefits to the District and Town of Plymouth. The Acton Water District team have been fantastic partners on the project and have provided ample support in ensuring it’s a successful endeavor. We’re appreciative to have a reputable partner in Standard Solar as the long-term owner of the site.
Former industrial sites are ideal for solar energy development. Our partnership with Standard Solar on the Fort Fairfield project will provide a model that can be followed throughout Maine and around the U.S., showing how to successfully transition industrial sites with limited potential into a solar farm that will save money for local businesses and benefit the environment.
Strategic development of solar electricity production can help meet electricity demands and combat climate change – an imperative we must immediately confront. I appreciated the opportunity to see cutting-edge technology at work at the Standard Solar solar array in Union Bridge and applaud the company’s role in helping to power Maryland’s electricity grid and innovation economy.
Clean energy is an essential part of our district-wide sustainability efforts. Our partnership with Standard Solar will help reduce our carbon footprint while saving the district millions of dollars over the 25-year agreement.
This project represents the culmination of a decade-long vision to build out rooftop solar across the Caltech campus. Our campus in Pasadena now hosts 2 megawatts of onsite solar capacity, furthering our efforts towards carbon reduction and eventually carbon neutrality.
This is our second solar array. Solar makes economic sense for Goodwill, and it aligns with our value of stewardship. The new array will save us money and be a long-term solution to rising energy costs. The money saved will provide for more opportunities for future investment in people, programs and new ventures which will strengthen our mission and the communities we serve. We are committed to reducing the carbon footprint of Goodwill.
Community solar is critical to increasing access to the benefits of solar. Our partnership with Standard Solar and OneEnergy Renewables means that thousands of Marylanders are able to save money while supporting solar here in the state. Community solar and other climate-tech solutions empower consumers to be the driving force behind decarbonization, and CleanChoice is proud to be moving us toward a more sustainable future.
Incorporating solar energy is cost-effective and helps the environment while reducing energy expenses and funneling savings to resources that directly impact student success.
The driving force behind his vision was for everyone to have easy access to solar energy without solar panels, whether it is a business, people in homes, or even people renting apartments. He was so glad that this project was going to succeed. I would like to thank the Town of York, SolarPark Energy’s civil engineer Dave Ingalls of Ingalls and Associates, and Daryl Pilon and his team at Standard Solar for their guidance in bringing this project over the finish line after the loss of Tommy, who worked relentlessly throughout his last days.
This project shows that saving tax-payer money and protecting the environment do not have to be mutually exclusive. I am proud that Anne Arundel County is a leader in efforts to create affordable clean energy solutions where possible.
We are very happy to get the chance to collaborate with Standard Solar, one of the fastest growing developers and operators of community solar. We are committed to developing similar systems to expand broader customer access for local, clean, and affordable community solar.
We will be paying the same for the power coming out of those solar arrays in 2050 as we do today. It’s a great investment for the University and it allows us to get solar on our buildings at a very low financial risk.
Glassywing is a model for community solar in allowing several hundred Delmarva Power customers to support local jobs, environmental protection, and strengthen community solar while saving up to 10 percent on their utility bills.
Community Solar Farm
70k metric tons
Air Pollution Avoided
Savings on Utility Bills
When a Colorado developer and EPC needed a financial partner with the in-house capital and technical expertise to help them complete a multi-site community solar portfolio across the state, we delivered scalable support.
Along the 1-70 Corridor in Colorado
Solar Power System
18.6 M kWh
Energy Produced Annually
Located on 40 acres in Clifton Park, NY, this is the first community solar farm in the area. The 7-megawatt (MW), ground-mounted solar project will encompass nearly 20,000 solar modules.
Individual Solar Modules
8.6 M kWh
Clean Energy Produced Annually
Average Utility Savings for Subscribers
In partnership with a team of Virginia-based firms, Standard Solar funded, designed, built and operates 2.9 megawatts of combined rooftop arrays that are estimated to provide approximately 24 percent of the school system’s power needs.
School System's Energy Offset
Elementary & High Schools
$ 2 M
Energy Savings Over the Next 20 Years
Community solar project propels solar growth in Maine and brings solar savings to more than 20 businesses.
Site in Bethel
Leading commercial and institutional off-takers
Standard Solar In The News
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Newark Mayor Ras Baraka Attends Event Announcing PNCT’s Photovoltaic Solar Energy Project to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Improve Air Quality for the Newark Region
Port Newark Container Terminal (PNCT) has embarked on a 7.2 megawatt (MW) photovoltaic solar project to generate power in the terminal and reduce greenhouse gas emissions at its 320-acre facility...
Standard Solar and Catholic University of America implementing DC’s largest urban community solar array
A new 7.4 megawatt (MW) community solar project developed by the Catholic University of America of Washington D.C. and Standard Solar will generate about 10,000 MWh of solar energy each...
“Some developers are planning new energy projects based on optimistic assumptions about how the legislation will work and how easy it will be to attract capital in the future.” Scott Wiater, of Standard Solar
Wiater weighs in on the role tax equity will play going forward, given changes brought by the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act. In this The Wall Street Journal article, Scott highlights the opportunities and obstacles that come with solar tax credits.