SunEdison plans to install 2.2 megawatts of high-performance SunEdison solar panels on the water district’s property.
With SunEdison’s solar power purchase agreements, these schools will enjoy the benefits of solar energy without any up-front cost.
Renewvia Energy, an Atlanta-based solar development firm, completed the last hurdle to the sale of a 26-megawatt (MW) utility scale solar project in Uruguay.
SunEdison is working with flow battery technology leader Imergy to deliver the project.
The housing authority, which serves around 7,000 low and very low income residents, signed a 20-year power purchase agreement with SunEdison last year, and anticipates saving more than $14 million on energy costs over the period of the agreement.
SunEdison will supply solar energy generated by this system to the town over the next 20 years, saving taxpayers an estimated $250,000 on energy