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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Williams Stone Company

Williams Stone Company, GreenSpark Commercial Wind Williams Stone was the fifth commercial scale installation for GreenSpark and the second 600kW wind turbine. “Industrial companies, like Williams Stone, are one of the country’s most energy intensive sectors which will be heavily relied upon to rebuild our economy,” said Kevin Schulte of GreenSpark. “This is and will continue to be a successful project model because it combines an energy-intensive manufacturer with clean renewable energy technology. There are similar facilities in windy locations across the nation and we hope to bring wind power to all of them.” Businesses of all sizes have taken…

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McGlynn Elementary & Middle School in the City of Medford

McGlynn Elementary & Middle School, GreenSpark Commercial Wind At the time of installation this Northwind 100 was just the second Northern Power machine to be installed in the lower 48, both by GreenSpark. The City of Medford’s project opened a new market for GreenSpark in public schools across the Northeastern United States. GreenSpark saw it both as a way to save the City money through clean, renewable energy and as an educational tool, teaching the youth of the City about wind generation. Municipalities of all sizes have taken advantage of clean and local energy. Our variety of options make it…

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Country Garden

Country Garden, GreenSpark Commercial Wind GreenSpark opened a new chapter in Cape Cod’s debate over wind when it installed the first commercial scale wind turbine on the Cape in December 2008. The 100kW is located in the heart of Hyannis generating clean, renewable energy for Dianna Duffley’s family owned greenhouse. It was our third community scale installation as well as the first of a string of Northwind 100 machines. 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…

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Holy Name Junior/Senior Central Catholic High School

Holy Name Junior/Senior Central Catholic High School, GreenSpark Wind Project GreenSpark became the first company to install two utility-scale wind turbines in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts with the completion of Holy Name’s 600kW wind project. Holy Name, which has had wind generated electricity surging throughout its halls and classrooms since its completion in October of 2008, was the first high school in the State to be powered by wind. 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…

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Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort

Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort, GreenSpark Commercial Wind Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort stands as a flagship for GreenSpark as it was the first community scale wind project that GreenSpark completed in Massachusetts. With the installation Jiminy became the first business of its kind to be powered by wind. The relationship with Brian Fairbank, Owner of the Resort, is immeasurable and includes the starting of a partnership between EOS Ventures and GreenSpark. EOS provides a one-stop resource for project expertise, management and ownership to install a turn-key alternative energy unit at your site via a long-term power purchase agreement. Businesses of all…

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