Greenskies completes 120-kW rooftop solar project for Connecticut YMCA
- Greenskies Clean Energy revealed it has actually completed a 120-kW rooftop solar energy system in Hartford, Connecticut, on the Wilson-Gray YMCA. The solar array, composed of about 320 modules, will provide reputable financial savings by lowering the annual electrical costs for The Y.
Situated in the North End of Hartford, the Wilson-Gray Y abuts the historic and underserved Clay Arsenal and also Upper Albany neighborhoods. Urban areas like these eat over two-thirds of the globe's energy and account for more than 70% of CO2 discharges.
" The awareness of this solar project will supply constant energy to The Y's seven-day-a-week facility," said Stanley Chin, head of state and CEO of Greenskies. "It is a clear demo of everyone involved's dedication to bettering the area and supporting The Y's objective of creating individuals' spirit, mind, and also body. On top of that, this project is an excellent example of just how onsite solar power generation makes a positive impact on environmental, social and financial rate of interests."
Greenskies worked carefully with Titan Energy, a local energy consultancy and Connecticut Environment-friendly Bank to assist The Y bring this project to light.
" Titan Energy is proud of the administration strategy applied at the Y centers of Connecticut to maintain power supply prices low and also foreseeable over the long-term," stated Titan Energy VP Chris Ramm. "After Titan Energy performed a comprehensive energy analysis of all the Greater Hartford Y places, the Wilson Gray Y became a great candidate for solar because of the offered roofing system room and also the facility's energy account. Titan Energy is pleased to have actually offered additional savings to our long-standing connection with the Wilson Gray Y via Greenskies Clean Energy's solar setup."