Glassywing Solar Project Enables Hundreds of Delmarva Power’s Customers to Save Money on Utility Bills
Standard Solar funded and will own and maintain Glassywing, a 2MW community solar project, in Dorchester County. Glassywing, named for a butterfly species found on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, includes landscaping designed to provide food and habitat to local pollinators. Standard Solar proudly partnered with OneEnergy Renewables who initiated, developed and permitted the project.
Bringing the Power and Savings of Solar to Communities
The new community solar project allows 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. This project demonstrates how solar can fit into the character of the local community and have a long-term impact on a community through providing clean energy, jobs, tax revenue and pollinator habitat. Glassywing’s clean energy supports the avoidance of 70,000 metric tons of air pollution – the equivalent of removing 14,600 cars from our roads annually.