Location: Peterborough, New Hampshire
Duration: 20 Years
The project was funded in part due to a grant from the New Hampshire Public Utility Commission. Image: SunEdison
Renewable energy development company SunEdison has completed New Hampshire’s largest PV project to date — a 942kW installation for the town of Peterborough.
SunEdison will offer solar energy generated by the plant to the town over the next 20 years — saving taxpayers an estimated US$250,000 in energy fees.
The project is expected to account for more than 100% of the town’s waste water treatment plant’s electricity needs, as well as cut down CO2 emissions by more than 17 million pounds over the next 20 years.
The project was funded due to a grant from the New Hampshire Public Utility Commission. Operation and maintenance of the solar system will be led by SunEdison Services.