Six of the projects are set to be constructed in New York, while another three will be in Maryland.
The projects span seven states and total 38.3 MW in capacity.
The program’s capacity is being expanded, as is access into the program for low- and moderate-income customers.
The projects are the first foray into community solar for property owner BentallGreenOak.
The 0.55 MW / 2.2 MWh capacity Elk Neck Battery Storage Pilot Program won regulatory approval even though its cost-benefit outlook left multiple parties questioning its value.
The fire, which caused an estimated $500,000 in damages has been deemed to be the result of an issue with the solar system on the roof, according to the Susquehanna Hose Company.
Potomac Edison proposed the two projects in response to Maryland’s Energy Storage Pilot Program, which was established in 2019.
The solar energy projects are expected to offset around one-third of the electric demand of the county’s public buildings.
High-resolution data let the study group drill down to individual parcels in order to figure out how much land is available for solar in both optimal and preferred sites.
Competitive Power Ventures wants to build the Backbone Solar Farm on about 1,100 acres in far western Maryland.
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