Sebago Salt Shed – Sebago, ME

180 solar panels on the roof of the town salt shed in Sebago, ME produce electricity that benefits the town electric bill and the surrounding community.

Their 57.6 kilowatt grid-tied solar electric system will generate roughly 69,670 kilowatt hours of electricity per year. That is enough to cover 96% of the town’s annual municipal load, and offsets the equivalent of over 127,000 miles driven in a gas powered car.

In addition to their solar array, Sebago is helping residents and visitors cut carbon emissions even further with an EV charger installed at the town offices.

System size: 57.6 kilowatts (180 solar panels)
System output: 69,670 kilowatt-hours/yr
CO₂ reduction: 73,362 pounds/yr