Unused acreage can be turned into a solar asset that generates clean energy and financial returns for years to come. Community and commercial solar projects need a suitable development site to move forward with their project, and
- Greenspaces – Cleared and undeveloped land such as farm fields are ideal for solar projects like community solar farms.
- Brownfields – Previously used industrial sites such as landfills or former factory sites make productive use of land that may otherwise lay dormant.
- Rooftops – A variety of flat rooftops including warehouse roofs are suitable for commercial solar installations.
- Parking Lots – Carport arrays can be installed in parking lots, providing energy savings to the host business as well as EV charging if desired.
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Residents of Carroll County, Maryland can access the many benefits of clean energy by subscribing to this community solar farm. Members receive energy billing credits from the utility every month.
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Electricity Produced Annually
Standard Solar, in a joint venture with Earth and Air Technologies LLC and Ogos Energy LLC, developed and built a 2.7 megawatt (MW) solar array on 12 acres of Fritz Family Farms’ 400-acre grain, hay and cattle farm.
Single-Axis Tracking Solar Modules
of Electricity Produced Annually
With aspirations of generating their own clean energy, a Vermont town turned a 49.6-acre former industrial site into a solar panel ground-mount array that can power more than 400 homes annually.
3.29 M kWh
Solar Panels Installed
Homes' Annual Electricity Use Offset Annually