Our own Jonathan Vacca discusses the rise of interest in solar among commercial real estate and development firms.
Making headlines in solar energy innovation
Nexamp announces the completion of a 4.4 MW solar project in Charlton, Massachusetts. Among the many benefits of the installation, Nexamp has partnered with the Town of Westford to deliver substantial savings through net metering credits, while the project generates new recurring tax revenue for the town of Charlton.
As our 500-kilowatt solar project in Richmond, RI nears completion, the project team and town officials reflect on how this partnership has brought the town to the forefront of clean energy.
Chariho Career and Technical Center electrical program seniors toured our construction site in Richmond, RI.
WPRI 12 Eyewitness News came out to our Richmond, RI project to learn more about our partnership with the Chariho School District and the Town of Richmond.
Fairview Farms in Whately, Massachusetts, is a 100-acre multi-generational family farm with large greenhouse complexes and planted fields. The farm’s owners met a Nexamp developer at a solar project ribbon-cutting at a local farmers’ co-op and became interested in leasing a portion of their underutilized land to host a solar project. Nexamp completed the 2.4 MW PV installation in June 2014.
Massachusetts-based solar project developer Nexamp Inc. has teamed up with Mohegan Council, Boy Scouts of America Inc. for a 6 MW solar facility at the Treasure Valley Scout Reservation in Rutland, Mass.
Over and above its notable size, the Treasure Valley solar plant represents an innovative partnership of public, private and nonprofit interests coming together for the mutual benefit of the participating organizations and the surrounding community.
The firm announced its acquisition of a 4.4-megawatt portfolio of 11 Massachusetts solar projects from Broadway Renewable Strategies — collectively enough panels to power 650 homes in one year.