PowerMarket, SunRaise flip turn on big Maine community solar project
- Last month, a 7.45-MW community solar project in China, Maine went online and has begun to feed clean energy right into the Central Maine Power utility grid. This is the fourth community solar project that PowerMarket, an employee-owned community solar management company and SunRaise, a New England solar developer, proprietor and also operator, have partnered on in Maine.
The community solar project is offering over 1,000 Mainers access to supporting clean energy in the state. Additionally, these subscribers will obtain financial savings on the community solar credit ratings they gain from taking part in the project.
" There has been a great deal of conversation regarding reduction targets that we need to strike in order to minimize the impacts of climate modification," stated Patrick Jackson, co-founder of SunRaise Investments. "Community solar will continue to play a large function in our capability to meet these objectives across the country as well as right here in Maine. This project brings us one more action better to where we require to be."
With its collaborations as well as partnerships in Maine, PowerMarket worked to ensure that the China community solar project was fully subscribed before the project went on the internet. While there are no longer places for clients on the China community solar project, Mainers that are interested in joining community solar can join the Market Street community solar project in Gardiner, Maine, using PowerMarket's market.
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