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Projects: Renewable Energy/Solar
Carport Solar, Easton
In partnership with SunPower, Aldon Electric constructed a 2.8 MW SunPower solar carport system at Stonehill College. (read article)
156.8 kW photovoltaic systems. The carport will provide about 80 percent of the solar power at the site, with a less visible solar array on the roof handling the rest. The site will generate 210 kilowatts total — enough to power 22 homes and the equivalent of taking 34 cars off the road in reduced emissions.
Roof Top Solar, Uxbridge
1.5MW photovoltaic systems.
Quincy Public Schools
500+ KW photovoltaic systems.
Natick Solar Roof Top & Carport Installation
Natick Roof Top and Carport, Natick
The Roof Top is a 675kw solar installation and the carport is a 1,572kw installation.
Carport Solar, Amherst
This 2.5MW carport canopy is the largest of the eight projects happening at UMass. (read article)
Bristol Community College
Carport Solar, Fall River
Aldon Electric, IBEW Local 103 teamed up with IBEW Local 223 to complete one of the largest solar parking canopies in New England.
The project was completed during the record breaking 2015 winter conditions with a condensed schedule the workforce was made up of an average of 30 electricians. Work started the week before Christmas and final completion was achieved in April. (click here for Case Study)
The solar array will generate more than 34 million kWh of energy each year, enough to cover half of the campus’ electricity needs and generate a 20-year savings of more than $1.75 million. The solar parking canopy avoids the emission of more than 1,500 tons of carbon dioxide each year, which is the same as removing approximately 5,000 cars from the road.
(Click here for article from 103 Today)
1.28 MW photovoltaic systems. The Quincy facility is outfitted with almost 4,000 solar panels on its roof. This solar energy system is capable of generating 1.2 megawatts of power, approximately 25% of the power used by the site.
Roof Top Solar, Kingston
600, KW photovoltaic systems. Kohl’s estimates that its total solar capacity will reach 74.2 million kilowatt hours of energy, the equivalent of taking 10,000 cars off the roads or canceling out the emissions of 6400 homes annually.
Berlin Solar Field
Solar Field, Berlin
The 3.75 MW across four photovoltaic (PV) arrays is now generating about 4,875,000 kWh of electricity for the Town of Berlin each year. That is the equivalent of 708 cars removed from U.S. roads or 86,194 tree seedlings grown for 10 years. At an economic level this project is similarly advantageous for the Town, which is set to gain substantial revenue over the lifetime of the project.
Granite Links Golf Club
(for complete article click here)