CS Energy Develops Over 100 Megawatts of Solar Projects in Rhode Island
- Leading EPC announces continued large-scale project growth in the Northeast
CS Energy, a leading integrated energy company that develops and also builds maximized projects in the solar, storage space, and also arising energy sectors, has announced its continued development in the Northeast by providing complete turnkey EPC services for the largest portfolio of distributed generation solar projects to date in Rhode Island. When completed, this 50 megawatt (MW) portfolio will certainly press CS Energy's total amount to over 100 megawatts of tidy power projects in the state over the last 5 years. The most recent portfolio will certainly create lower-cost solar energy for a prestigious local college and also contribute to the state's target of 100% Renewable Electricity by 2030.
In 2020, CS Energy finished large-scale solar projects in New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Virginia and is presently constructing over 500 MW of large-scale solar as well as energy storage space projects in New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maine, and Ohio.
Helping the state, energy, and also district to meet their sustainability objectives, these solar energy generation projects expand the energy's energy sourcing choices as well as sustain the local areas with lease tax earnings as well as an environmentally-friendly procedure. The most recent portfolio project located near Kingstown, Rhode Island transformed an inactive, unproductive gravel site right into an environmentally-sustainable clean power generation plant.
"We applaud the state of Rhode Island for their visionary leadership in establishing the state mandate for low-carbon, renewable resource. We're looking forward to stabilizing the design and build of these tidy energy power plants to take full advantage of the advantages for the communities they will certainly offer," said D. Scott Bianchi, Executive Vice President of CS Energy.