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Town of Shapleigh Salt and Sand Facility Solar Array

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198 solar panels in a ground mounted grid-tied array at the Town of Shapleigh Salt and Sand facility produce roughly 91,207 kilowatt-hours of electricity each year, offsetting the equivalent of over 157,600 miles driven in a gas-powered car.

Shapleigh went solar in November of 2017, and each year will produce enough energy to cover 90-100% of the municipal electric load. They financed the array through a Power Purchase Agreement to go solar at no upfront cost to the town, and will have the option to buy the array at a significantly reduced price after a period of time to own all the solar power generated outright.

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