Rooftop solar array on the Saco Food Pantry in Maine

Saco Food Pantry – Saco, ME

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The Saco Food Pantry’s 24.4 kilowatt solar array helps free up more resources for helping the community by cutting their energy costs. Each year, their 87-panel array on the roof of their building will generate roughly 26,891 kilowatt-hours (kWhs) of electricity, offsetting the equivalent of over 46,400 miles driven in a gas-powered car. The Saco… Read more

Rooftop solar array at Hollis Montessori School in NH

Hollis Montessori School – Hollis, NH

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175 solar panels on the roof of Hollis Montessori School pair perfectly with the school’s energy-efficient, Passive House design. The School went solar in March of 2019 with a 56.9 kilowatt array that will generate roughly 69,412 kilowatt-hours of electricity per year, offsetting the equivalent of driving over 120,000 miles in a gas-powered car. Hollis… Read more

Solar array on the roof of the town offices in Rockport, ME

Town of Rockport – Rockport, ME

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The Town of Rockport is known for scenic views on the Penobscot Bay and for being a tourism-friendly small town. Now their 90-panel solar array makes them a sustainable icon on the Maine coast. Their 24.75 kilowatt solar array will produce roughly 28,894 kilowatt-hours of electricity every year, offsetting the equivalent of over 49,957 miles… Read more

Solar array on the roof of Bristol Consolidated School in Pemaquid, ME

Bristol Consolidated School – Pemaquid, ME

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266 panels on the roof of the Bristol Consolidated School help the school lower electricity costs and carbon emissions. Each year, their 81.13 kilowatt solar array will generate roughly 92,547 kilowatt-hours (kWhs) of electricity, offsetting the equivalent of driving over 168,800 miles in a gas-powered car. The Bristol Consolidated School financed their array through a… Read more

Ground-mount solar array at Inter-Lakes High School in Meredith, NH

Inter-Lakes High School – Meredith, NH

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A series of renewable energy projects have transformed the Inter-Lakes School District (ILSD) into one of the most energy-diverse school districts in New Hampshire. Their largest solar installation is a 345.6-kilowatt, ground-mounted solar electric array located near the High School’s football field. The 960-panel grid-tied array will generate roughly 401.6 megawatt-hours of electricity every year,… Read more