ReneSola, a leading global manufacturer of high efficiency solar photovoltaics (PV) modules and wafers has recently announced that over the last few months it has delivered solar panels to three community-scale solar projects being developed in Vermont, US. All three projects are being developed by AllEarth Renewables.
The first project is of 150 kW capacity in the town of Williston and aims to provide solar power to the town offices, police station, and fire station. The 25-tracker solar farm is expected to generate more than 210,000 kilowatt hours (kWh) annually and is installed in a field behind the municipal buildings.
The second project is also of 150 kW capacity in Bridport, Vermont which will provide solar energy to the Vermont Hard Cider Company. This project will be equipped with 26 AllSun Trackers — innovative dual-axis trackers developed by AllEarth Renewables — and is expected produce more than 210,000 kWh annually.
The third project is a 35 kW solar installation at New Leaf Organic Farm in Monkton, Vermont. This project will supply solar energy to Stark Mountain Woodworking which makes high-end, custom furniture at its 15,000 square-foot facility.
“We are pleased with the success of these three recent solar power projects in Vermont,” ReneSola’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Xianshou Li, said. “We look forward to working with AllEarth Renewables to facilitate the wider use of solar energy through projects that benefit local communities. It’s exciting to see our modules used in projects located at high-profile sites, such as Vermont Hard Cider, and municipalities such as that of Bridport, Vermont.”
ReneSola is a reputed solar PV manufacturing company and aims to diversify its presence in the global solar market. Last month, it entered into an agreement to supply 43.6 MW of solar modules to Enerparc AG which provides solar power plant installation and operation services all over the globe.
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