GreenSpark installed this 160 kW solar array for Mount St. Mary's Abbey in Wrentham, MA. The solar array powers Trappistine Candy, which is run by the nuns of Mount St. Mary's Abbey. The solar array reduces the electricity bill by more than 60%, helping Mt. St. Mary's Abbey achieve their renewable energy goals and free up funds to invest back into their community.
GreenSpark is providing the primary engineering, procurement, and construction services for five New York State projects owned by CVE North America, totaling over 26 megawatts (MW). As part of the New York Value of Distributed Energy Resources (VDER) program, all five projects will be community solar installations and receive funding from the NYSERDA’s NY-Sun program that aims to make solar energy more accessible to homes, businesses, and communities.
This 6.5 MW solar array, located in Geneseo, NY, is owned by Catalyze, who partnered with GreenSpark to provide the primary engineering, procurement, and construction services. This project consists of 12,012 modules and is an all-tracker system, which means the solar panels move with the sun to maximize production.
GreenSpark is providing the primary engineering, procurement, and construction services for six projects across Central and Upstate New York, owned by Pivot Energy, totaling 27.8 MW. The projects are all tracker systems, which means the solar panels move with the sun in order to maximize production. It has been a privilege working with Pivot, another Certified B Corp that focuses on providing a positive impact on society as measured by environmental stewardship, social leadership, and responsible governance (ESG) factors.
In 2020, Cornell announced a 1 MW power purchase agreement on the rooftop of five new buildings of their North Campus Residential Expansion. GreenSpark was chosen to design, engineer, and construct the solar arrays, and the project is owned by Kendall Sustainability Infrastructure with GreenSpark as a tax equity partner. This second phase of the project brings another 725kW to the Cornell campus. The solar power from this total project will reduce Cornell’s carbon footprint by providing about 35% of the power needed for the new buildings, and the energy represents a tenfold increase in the on-campus rooftop solar capacity.…
Must Stash It, a self storage facility in Canandaigua, made the switch to solar in 2022 with a 10.36kW roof-mount array. This project installed by GreenSpark Solar was funded in part through the NYSERDA NY-Sun program.
We recently visited John Schrieber, land host of the Home Leasing solar array in Ontario, NY.
1809 Studios, located in Macedon, New York, has been solar-powered since 2019. The 12kW rooftop solar array, installed by GreenSpark and funded in part by NYSERDA, adds to the uniqueness of this re-purposed, 19th century Erie Canalside Tavern.
The 270 on East Apartments project in Rochester, NY consists of a 73kW roof-mount solar array installed by GreenSpark in 2022. The project is owned by Dyno Group, a Licensed Contractor and NYS-Certified MBE located in Buffalo, NY.
Hilton Family Dentistry made the switch to solar in 2019 with a 24kW roof-mount array installed by GreenSpark. The project received funding from NYSERDA’s NY-Sun program.