Camden Hills Regional High School

Camden Hills Regional High School, GreenSpark Commercial Wind Project Windjammers were large sailing ships made of iron and steel, originally used in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. These steel hulled ships were the grandest of vessels designed to withstand long ocean voyages and harness the wind to transport cargo around the world. True to their namesake, the Windjammers of Camden Hills Regional High School in Rockport, ME, recently completed a grand eight year voyage of the 21st century. Captained by the students, the school undertook several years of research, fundraising, and the successful navigation of complex permitting channels…

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Berkshire East Ski Area

Berkshire East Ski Area, Commercial Wind Project Berkshire East Solar was about leveraging unique partnerships. GreenSpark brokered a power purchase agreement between AllEarth Services, LLC and Berkshire East Ski Area. The project is owned by All Earth Services. It is built on the success of the PowerWind 900kW wind turbine commissioned in 2010, developed by GreenSpark. The project utilized cutting edge dual axis tracking technology. GreenSpark performed onsite shade analysis, created a detailed physical layout of the tracking units for optimal production that minimized its footprint and created a detailed string-wiring diagram to maximize system efficiency. GreenSpark conducted a thorough…

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Berkshire East Ski Area

Berkshire East Ski Area, GreenSpark Commercial Wind Project Berkshire East became the second ski resort in the world to be powered by wind when GreenSpark completed the installation of a 900kW project. The wind turbine, a PowerWind 56, was the first PowerWind machine to be installed in the United States. The introduction of the Hamburg, Germany-based wind turbine manufacturing company to the United States has set up a pipeline for a dozen future sites where GreenSpark and PowerWind can work together in building the distributed wind community in the Northeastern United States. Businesses of all sizes have taken advantage of…

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Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority

Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority, GreenSpark Wind Project GreenSpark installed its sixth Northwind 100 in the Northeastern United States, fifth in the State of Massachusetts, with a 100kW at the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority’s (CCRTA) Operations and Maintenance Facility located in Dennis, MA. The CCRTA received a $700,000 grant from the Federal Transit Administration through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act last year and in turn hired GreenSpark to provide wind turbine development and construction specific knowledge to the project’s design and construction phase. Businesses of all sizes have taken advantage of clean and local energy to help power…

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Town Of Richland, NY

Richland, NY: GreenSpark Commercial Solar Project The Town of Richland’s 100kW wind turbine located at the Orwell Water Pumping Station marks GreenSpark's first community scale wind turbine installation in the State of New York. The project, which was partially funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, is the seventh Northwind 100 installed by GreenSpark and the first in New York state. GreenSpark served as the project’s systems integrator, managing all portions of the design and construction phases relating to the wind turbine. GreenSpark is currently working with the Town to finalize state-level grants, an extended warranty and a long term…

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KC Bailey Orchards, Inc.

KC Bailey Orchards, Inc: GreenSpark Commercial Wind Project GreenSpark installed its first Proven 15kW wind turbine at KC Bailey Orchards, Inc. in July of 2010. Considering the needs of owner Chip Bailey, along with the electric load of the facility and wind speed at the location, resulted in research for a technology that GreenSpark had yet to install. The outcome of that research was the 15kW wind turbine that is connected at Bailey’s employee housing facility and a cold storage warehouse. It is expected to offset 65% of the load at that site. Businesses of all sizes have taken advantage…

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The University of Delaware

The University of Delaware, GreenSpark Wind Project GreenSpark completed its largest project to date, a 2-megawatt (MW) wind turbine at the University of Delaware’s Hugh R. Sharp Campus in Lewes. The project is the first community wind turbine in the State of Delaware and combines university level research, as part of the University’s College of Earth, Ocean and Environment (CEOE), with the financial, energy and environmental benefits of wind power. Businesses of all sizes have taken advantage of clean and local energy to help power their businesses. Our variety of options make it easy for businesses make the sustainable switch…

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Mount Saint Mary’s Abbey

Mount Saint Mary's Abbey, GreenSpark Commercial Wind GreenSpark knew their message of wind energy coexisting with everyday living was spreading when the company received a call from Sister Mariann Garrity of Mount Saint Mary’s Abbey in 2007. Sister Mariann approached GreenSpark about the possibility of a wind project at the Monastery where she and nearly 50 other Cistercian Nuns live and work. This installation made GreenSpark the only company to hold the distinction of completing five Northwind 100kW wind projects in the lower 48 states. Businesses of all sizes have taken advantage of clean and local energy to help power…

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Woods Hole Research Center

Woods Hole Research Center, GreenSpark Commercial Wind The Woods Hole Research Center focuses on environmental science, education and public policy. The installation of a 100kW wind turbine was just another step in achieving a campus free of fossil fuels. GreenSpark aided the independent, nonprofit institute by acting as project developer in the installation of the Northwind 100. It was the fifth Northwind 100 installed by GreenSpark, the most by any developer in the lower 48. Businesses of all sizes have taken advantage of clean and local energy to help power their businesses. Our variety of options make it easy for…

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Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa

Mountain View Grand Resort & Spa, GreenSpark Commercial Wind The New Hampshire project opened yet another market for GreenSpark as it was the first commercial scale wind project in the state. This project, the third Northwind 100 machine on GreenSpark's resume, showed the rate payers of New Hampshire, the surrounding states and the hotel industry that wind energy can coexist with our everyday living. Businesses of all sizes have taken advantage of clean and local energy to help power their businesses. Our variety of options make it easy for businesses make the sustainable switch to clean energy.

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