Completed in 2018, this installation in Webster provides an average annual savings of $8,500 and a lifetime savings of $210,000. Like many other local businesses, R.D. Specialties made the switch to solar for both environmental and financial savings. size: 86.36kW roof mount completed: 2018
Completed in 2015, this installation in Webster, NY covers 58% of Webster Chiropractic's electric load with a lifetime savings of $30,000. size: 7.42kW roof mount completed: 2015
Completed in 2015, this installation in Williamson, NY covers 100% of the winery's electric load with a lifetime savings of $108,000. size: 20.67kW roof mount completed: 2015
size: 400kW roof mount completed: 2015
size: 72.8kW ground mount completed: 2015
The installation in Sodus, NY is expected to cover over 100% of the fruit orchard’s electric load while saving over $26,000 annually, and $650,000 over the life of the array. The project utilized a short-term loan associated with federal tax credits, as well as a long term loan through their local bank. GreenSpark Solar was also successful in obtaining a grant for the owners through the USDA REAP program. size: 158.4kW roof mount completed: September 2015 funding: NYSERDA & USDA REAP
Messner Carpet-Rugs-Flooring installed a 21.4kW solar array at their store in the Village of Pittsford in the summer of 2016. The array was the first solar project built in the Village of Pittsford’s HistoricDistrict. The company, located in the village’s former post office building, was added to the National Historic Registry list last year. size: 21.4kW roof mount completed: September 2016 funding: NYSERDA
Project Size: 1.5MW Ground Mount Completed: June 2015 Williamson became the first town in the state of NY to supply 100% of all municipal loads with solar energy after GreenSpark Solar developed, designed, and installed a 1.5MW solar array at the town’s capped landfill. The project will be owned long term by Kenyon Energy and was built in partnership with Namaste Solar.
GreenSpark installed a 2.31MW solar array for Clarkson University in Potsdam, NY in the fall of 2014. The solar array spanned 12 acres of land just outside the Village of Potsdam and will generate close to 10 percent of Clarkson University’s electrical needs. Support for this project came from New York State Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s NY-Sun initiative, which is administered by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA). NY-Sun is a $1 billion initiative to advance the scale-up of solar and move the state closer to having a sustainable, self-sufficient solar industry.