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Completed Projects

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Sugar Hill

Serving National Grid customers in the NY Capital Region, the Sugar Hill Solar Farm is the first community solar farm developed in Clifton Park, NY. The 7MWdc ground-mount solar array is located on 40 acres of land and encompasses nearly 20,000 solar modules. In operation since early 2020, it produces more than 8.6 million kWh of clean energy annually.

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Denmark, NY

The Denmark Community Solar Project, located in Denmark, NY, is the Town of Denmark’s first community solar project. Completed in February 2020, the 7.4MWdc project produces more than 8.9 million kilowatt-hours of clean energy each year for the surrounding community in Lewis County.

Our Other Projects

Philadelphia, NY

The Philadelphia, NY project is a group of four smaller 2.9MWdc projects, all located in the Town of Philadelphia, NY, in Jefferson County. These projects are being constructed to offset the electric bills of the Jefferson-Lewis BOCES facility. Plan approval was received in October 2019, and actual construction started in September 2020. Project the first array was turned on in November 2021 and the entire project was completed in August 2022.

Champion Solar Site, Carthage, NY

This is a group of two smaller projects, including a 7.3MWdc project and a 3.3MWdc project, at a former gravel mine in Carthage, NY. The project began providing clean solar energy to the surrounding community in Jefferson County in June 2021.

Turin, NY

This 3.6MWdc project in Turin, NY began providing clean solar energy to the surrounding community in Turin NY, in Lewis County, in June 2021.

Flat Rock, Martinsburg, NY

This 7.2MWdc project on former farmland in Martinsburg, NY, began providing clean solar energy to the surrounding community in Lewis County in April 2022.

Maple Tap, Martinsburg, NY

The Maple Tap Community Solar project is smaller than many of our other projects, at just 2.8MWdc, in Martinsburg, NY. This system began providing clean solar energy to the surrounding community in Lewis County in April 2022.

Lowville, NY

This is a group of two smaller projects, including one 7.3MWdc project and one 2.9MWdc project, in Lowville, NY. This Community Solar project is expected to begin providing clean solar power for the surrounding community in Lewis County in early autumn of 2022.