Village of Sodus Point

Village of Sodus Point Project size: 270 kW Completed: 2019 The Village of Sodus Point joined a solar Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) to save the municipality more than $150,000 over the 20-year term. The 674 kW community solar farm is owned by Kendall Sustainable Infrastructure. The Village of Sodus PPA includes 270 kW of solar energy, which is 40% of the community solar farm. The remaining portion of the solar farm will benefit residential customers in the RGE territory. Want to see what we could do for you? Complete the form below to learn more.

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Village of Lima

Village of Lima Project size: 447.12 kW Completed: 2019 The Village of Lima partnered with GreenSpark solar for their 447.12 kW system. The project is owned by Kendall Sustainable Infrastructure, with the Village of Lima entering a 25-year solar power purchase agreement (PPA). The PPA is expected to save the Village more than $300,000 over the PPA term. Want to see what we could do for you? Complete the form below to learn more.

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HARBEC Plastics

GreenSpark has installed three renewable energy projects for HARBEC and the community, in the Wayne Industrial Sustainability Park (WISP) complex. The projects include a 248kW solar array, 258kW solar array, and an 850kW wind turbine. The wind turbine helps to power the sustainable micro-grid, which powers HARBEC, GreenSpark Solar, and several other offices in the WISP complex.

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General Motors

As part of its commitment to 100% renewable energy by 2050 General Motors contracted SunCommon New York to develop, design, and install a 465kW solar array at its plant in Rochester, NY. SunCommon received a grant on behalf of GM through the NY-Sun Initiative, which is run by NYSERDA and is part of Governor Cuomo's commitment to protecting the environment and lowering energy costs for all New Yorkers. The array has over 1,500 panels and 15 inverters. SED worked with Meridian Solar to develop and construct the project.

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Town of Irondequoit

The Town of Irondequoit received funding for two solar projects through NYSERDA’s Clean Energy Communities Program. GreenSpark Solar provided the turnkey solar package for the projects, installing the 55.8kW system at the Public Safety Building and the 74.4kW system at the Town’s new Department of Public Works building.

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Village of Brockport

This 645.84kW solar array for the Village of Brockport offsets the electricity needs of multiple buildings, including Seymour Library, three fire stations, the visitor center, Department of Public Works, municipal offices, the Police Station, and streetlights. GreenSpark installed the solar array on a capped landfill in 2019. The project is owned by Kendall Sustainable Infrastructure, with the Village of Brockport utilizing a solar Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) to save the municipality more than $300,000 over the 25-year term.

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MacArthur CSD

Funded by NYSERDA & USDA REAP, this 372kW array was completed in 2015 for MacArthur Elementary. MacArthur serves approximately 454 students each year on the south side of Binghamton, NY.

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Rochester Institute of Technology

GreenSpark Solar developed, designed, and installed a 2.3 MW solar array for the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). The 2.3 MW solar array, located just South of the RIT campus off of Miller Road, began producing power in 2018 for the institution. The project is owned by SolRiver and received funding through NYSERDA's NY-Sun Program. The solar array offsets RIT's campus electricity needs through a Power Purchase Agreement.

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Corning Inc.

Corning Inc. installed its first solar array in New York in July of 2019. GreenSpark Solar was pleased to provide a turnkey solar package for the project, including the engineering, procurement, and construction. This 664 kW solar array is owned by Kendall Sustainable Infrastructure, with Corning, Inc. utilizing a Power Purchase Agreement to offset their electric needs with solar energy. The project received funding from NYSERDA's NY-Sun program.The solar array is expected to save Corning, Inc. more than $54,000 annually and over $1.3 million during the span of the Power Purchase Agreement. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZtImGWfjp4 Want to see what we could do for…

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