Greenskies Clean Focus installs 752 kW of solar throughout 2 Connecticut schools | Green Life Zen

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By Billy Ludt July 12, 2022

Putnam College Area of Putnam, Connecticut has balanced out 70% of its complete electrical energy load with a 752-kW solar task. Greenskies Clean Emphasis financed the task, developed the arrays as well as will have and operate the systems.

"We more than happy to assist the Town of Putnam obtain clean, budget-friendly power with solar," claimed Stanley Chin, president and also chief executive officer of Greenskies Clean Emphasis. "Our group stands out at helping municipalities apply renewable resource without capital investment. Nevertheless, they're not in business of developing and operating solar tasks-- we are."

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, Greenskies mounted over 2,000 photovoltaic panels on the rooftops of Putnam High School (520 kW) and Putnam Intermediate School (232 kW). With each other, the rooftop arrays are projected to generate an estimated 866-MWh of tidy power each year.

"Bringing solar energy to Putnam's colleges is environmentally friendly as well as cuts power expenses," claimed Daniel P. Sullivan, III, superintendent of Putnam Schools. "Conserving money with solar enables us to reroute cost savings to resources that straight boost our institutions."

Putnam collaborated with Titan Power, a power consultancy, to carry out an ask for proposal (RFP) process. Greenskies was chosen to develop, have as well as operate the planetary systems under a lasting power acquisition arrangement (PPA). The PPA framework guarantees the town pays no in advance costs and will certainly have minimized energy rates, saving around $875,000 over the next 25 years.

"The Putnam Public Schools made a breakthrough forward in terms of sustainability as well as expense reduction by choosing to go solar at both the high school as well as middle school," claimed Adam Teff, general manager of TitanGen. "Via this addition of solar, the area balanced out approximately 70 percent of their yearly utility intake and also lowered their expenses by approximately $55,000 a year."

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