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Is Your Site Ready for Solar?

Solar farms and other large arrays all require one thing–a suitable site for the installation. Landowners with available greenspaces, dormant or underutilized land or large rooftops are in the unique position to host a solar array while enjoying the many benefits.

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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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Delivering Successful Projects Nationwide

Shepherds Mill Community Solar

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.

  • 2.8 MW


  • 10%

    Guaranteed Monthly Savings for Subscribers

  • 7,182

    Solar Modules

  • 1,417 kWh

    Electricity Produced Annually

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Windsor Solar Field

Fritz Family Farms, LLC

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.

  • 2.7 MW


  • 7,336

    Single-Axis Tracking Solar Modules

  • 4,000 MWh

    of Electricity Produced Annually

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Wallingford Solar Panel Array


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.

  • 3.2 MW


  • 3.29 M kWh

    Produced Annually

  • 9,018

    Solar Panels Installed

  • 406

    Homes' Annual Electricity Use Offset Annually

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Make your commercial or community solar project a reality by leveraging our proven development approach that includes in-house funding, acquisition and long-term asset ownership. Together, we can build something that will stand the test of time and maximize returns for the duration.

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