星期二, 9月 28, 2021
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PowerMarket, SunRaise complete 7-MW community solar project in Maine

Source:PowerMarket

A 7-MW community solar project in Belfast, Maine is now operational and providing clean energy to the utility grid. PowerMarket, an employee-owned community solar management company and SunRaise, a New England solar energy developer, owner and operator, have worked together to provide Mainers a number of options to support clean energy in the state.

With this community solar project in Belfast, CMP customers can take part in renewable energy while receiving 10% savings on the community solar credits they receive from their participation.

“It is great to see this project come online because for so long we have been talking about the benefits of community solar as hypotheticals. Now that this project is producing clean energy for the grid, the benefits of community solar are real and subscribers will soon be able to see these benefits themselves,” said Nick Baudouin, co-founder of PowerMarket.

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