The Philadelphia, NY project is actually a group of 4 smaller 2 MW 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 completion is expected in early 2021.
The Loweville, NY project is a group of 2 smaller projects, including one 5MW project and one 3MW project, both in Loweville, NY, in Lewis County.
This Community Solar project, which will be used to provide clean solar power for the surrounding community, will begin construction in October, 2020, and is expected to be operational in early 2021.
This 4.8 MW project on former farmland in Martinsburg, NY, in Lewis County, received approval in March, 2020. Construction started in September, 2020, and is expected to be operational, generating clean solar power for the surrounding community, before the end of the year.
The Maple Tap Community Solar project is smaller than many of our other projects, at just 1.9 MW, in Martinsburg, NY. Construction started in September, 2020, and is expected to be completed by late December, 2020.
This 2.5 MW project began construction in August 2020, and is expected to be completed, providing clean solar energy to the surrounding community in Turin NY, in Lewis County, in November 2020.
This group of two smaller projects, including a 5 MW project and a 3 MW project, is expected to start construction on a former gravel mine in Carthage, NY, in Jefferson County, in October, 2020, producing solar power for the surrounding community by early 2021.